As the behest of agricultural lobbies, regulators around the world are making food marketing way more complicated than it needs to be.
For the children, of course
Or maybe they're just protecting the Arkansas rice industry.
A case of scientifically absurd regulatory hyper-precaution
In order to fight obesity, a U.K. health agency wants calorie caps on everything.
Creating more food waste to help the environment
After years of conflict and erratic enforcement, Los Angeles finally passes a formal plan to allow street vending.
How is bleaching food better than letting homeless people eat it?
Neither can established restaurants.
A state law says you can't call it meat unless it's actually beef, pork, or poultry. Critics say the bill violates the First Amendment.
Allergen labeling is hard work that's done often, and often done wrong.
When life hands you lemons, call the health department to complain.
In an effort to preserve its regulatory power, the Department of State Health Services refuses to concede that you can pickle foods other than cucumbers.
When he grows up and gets that food truck, though, he'll probably have a very different experience.
The state health department can't stop meddling with cottage bakers
Our current system of federal food regulation is expensive and dangerous
Carrefour used artful civil disobedience and smart marketing to challenge ridiculous regulations.
A summer promotion will cover fines and fees when your local code enforcers come calling.
But the pizza place next door can have one.
If government will stay out of the way.
Poor people are likely to make better food choices for themselves than the government.
Nanny efforts in the U.S. and Chile to shape eating habits continue to accomplish little.
Uncertainty over Brexit and meddlesome rules could harm the EU's leading exports and industry.
El Cajon is just the latest city to abuse "public safety" fears to control how people help each other.
When it comes to the FDA and USDA, where's the scaling back of rules?
The nanny state may force snortable cacao off the market.
Smuggling some Kinder Surprise Eggs into America could still earn you a fine of $2,500 per chocolate egg.
Despite a May ruling declaring the ban unconstitutional, Wisconsin continued to target home bakers.
Captain Kirk vs. John Stossel on space travel in a libertarian world.
A win for home chefs
Expensive calorie count mandate set to begin on May 5. Is delay or repeal possible?
Should we expect a scaling back of regulations or even repeals?
Prosecutor: 'I don't write the laws, I enforce them.'