Instead of relying on mainstream medical drugs, doctors like Dr. Garth Davis are prescribing fresh produce and teaching patients about diet and lifestyle.
Rescuing Leftover Cuisine was set up to take perfectly good food from restaurants that would normally get thrown out to give it to the hungry.
Many people have been coming out in droves to help and support Flint, Michigan, residents affected by the water crisis, including a group of plumbers.
A supermarket in Greenville, Ohio, gives free fruit to kids, and the community response has been overwhelmingly positive.
The release of GM salmon to the market has been placed on hold as the FDA finalizes guidelines for the safe consumption of the fish.
After floods in Chennai, India left thousands of people in despair, a single man managed to feed 170,000 people in a bout of non-stop cooking and altruism.
Aldi’s move toward all-natural, affordable foods has made it a fierce competitor of Whole Foods and even Walmart because of its ridiculously low prices.
Twenty-seven-year-old Luke Saunders set out to create a vending machine offering organic, restaurant-quality salads and snacks. It’s called Farmer’s Fridge.
In a first for the this fast food provider, Chick-fil-A is venturing into the world of organic foods, having launched its first organic menu option on Jan. 18.
Chipotle is hoping that the promise of free food and new food-safety protocols will help regain consumer trust and make 2016 a better year for the chain.
The Sausalito Marin City School District in California is the first school district in the nation to serve its students completely organic meals.
The Food and Drug Administration recently banned 3 chemicals used in food packaging, and 8 more food additives are on the chopping block.
Panera Bread announced recently that its entire soup menu is now free of artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, and preservatives.
Yoplait and Dannon are displeased with a new ad campaign by Chobani that calls out the companies for putting artificial ingredients in its low-cal yogurts.
Six major food manufacturers are in trouble in Brazil for failing to include labels indicating the use of genetically modified ingredients.
Campbell Soup Company says it will be the first major food company to adopt food labels that will disclose genetically modified ingredients.
With the help of activists and environmentalists, groundfish that were dying off fast are now returning to the West Coast.