School districts in several large cities are or will serve only antibiotic- and hormone-free chicken to students. LAUSD will be the largest to do so.
Seven luxury hotels in San Francisco have made their rooftops sanctuaries for honeybees in an effort to boost the insects’ numbers.
Researchers at Harvard and MIT have discovered a link that could make it easier to diagnose and treat autism.
New evidence shows that children who eat a nutritionally-rich breakfast see improved brain function, receive better grades in school.
U.S. retail giant Costco is raising its minimum wage for employees after nine years, but is it enough?
Research indicates that melanin in fungi, which is also responsible for skin color in humans, may protect against and even FEED off of ionizing radiation.
A recently-released comprehensive report outlines 27 solutions for cutting food waste significantly, saving the country $100 billion.
To help eradicate food waste, Tesco will work with 5,000 different charities in the UK in order to give all unsold food to those who need it most.
Following Virginia’ lead, Connecticut has become the second in the US to end homelessness for those who have served their country.
In South Philadelphia, a vertical hydroponic farm provides restaurants and grocery stores in the area with fresh, organic produce 365 days a year.
Want food transparency? The Real Co. is launching the “Single Origin” food label to tell consumers exactly where their food comes from.
Three-year-old Zoey Jones recently came off the organ transplant wait list without having to undergo transplant surgery – a feat that is extremely rare.
The maker of Stash silicone sandwich bags hopes her product will catch on replace regular plastic ones in many homes.
The black spots on ripened bananas look similar to melanoma skin cancer and both share an enzyme scientists have used to build a noninvasive cancer scanner.
A bill aimed at expanding Florida’s medical marijuana program is only facing one more regulatory hurdle before it reaches the full House of Representatives.
Verde Farms in Miami, Florida is tackling homelessness, joblessness, and food insecurity all at once with this saying: one saying: “For people, not for profit.”
Instead of relying on mainstream medical drugs, doctors like Dr. Garth Davis are prescribing fresh produce and teaching patients about diet and lifestyle.