Cities are imposing "emergency" regulations capping the fees that delivery services like Uber Eats may charge. That's a mistake.
The ability of Americans to buy meat in grocery stores is at risk due to serious supply-chain issues caused by COVID-19.
When it comes to the food economy, government should remember that workers and consumers call the shots.
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The FDA has relaxed some labeling laws in order to allow restaurants to sell groceries, but it could do more.
This is just the latest petty development in what is an ugly, mostly partisan dance.
High permit fees and unprepared bureaucrats get in the way of delicious street tacos and bacon dogs.
Warning labels on subjectively “unhealthy” food haven’t taken hold in this country. But they’ve swept through Latin America in recent years.
Campus food police are making inroads all over America
An open immigration policy means letting people from anywhere work for whatever amount they want.
Running a restaurant is hard enough without government micromanagers trying to stir the pot.
Local governments can't outlaw home vegetable gardens under a new Florida law.
Cannabidiol products are legal for sale and consumption, but adding it to other things is somehow forbidden.
The suit alleges that Houston's law violates elements of the First, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments
“Neither de facto [GMO] bans nor mandatory labeling can be justified.”
New laws allow Americans to belly up to the asphalt buffet.
Or maybe they're just protecting the Arkansas rice industry.
The 12-year-old cat couldn't live out the rest of her days in peace.
It's time to let the free market dictate dairy production.
So why is the agency even involved?
At a time of civil unrest, France's government wants to push retail food prices even higher.
SCOTUS' decision not to hear the case could lead to a vicious food fight between the states
British health officials are ready to tax tasty food out off shelves.
Food security is not the problem, but nutrition security could be.
In order to fight obesity, a U.K. health agency wants calorie caps on everything.
Dollar stores are the latest target of advocates who want to improve food offerings by limiting them
Despite the recent recalls, America's food supply is remarkably safe. But it's not now, and likely won't ever be, perfectly safe.
Taste is subjective and food producers have to deal with it
Neither can established restaurants.
We don't need more government to reduce food waste. Instead, we should be moving to eliminate the regulations that promote it.
On the upside, agency promises to review over-the-counter drug rules, approve more new drugs, and liberate French dressing.
Anita and Jim McHaney are suing to overturn "preposterous" regulations on cottage food production.
The U.S. government has pushed a lot of bad nutrition advice over the years. Maybe it should stop advising us on what to eat.
What exactly does an "added sugar" label tell us that the existing total sugar label does not? Nothing worthwhile.
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.