A bizarre food experiment has found that a Walmart-brand ice cream sandwich can survive for 12 hours in the sun without melting at all. This can’t be right.
One Incredible Edible park in Irvine, California, formerly 7.5 acres of wasted space, is now an edible park that feeds 200,000 people every month!
We are creating a new generation where organic, small-scale farming is being brought back to life in ways not experienced for perhaps a century.
Midwestern farmers have so much grain that they can’t transport it all, yet biotech claims we need to produce GMOs to be able to fee the world.
Here are 7 great, simple compost bins to start using your ‘waste’ to create your own nutrient-rich ‘black-gold’ soil to add to your gardens.
A UK town called Todmorden has planted edible food all around town in hopes of being the first town in the UK to be self-sufficient when it comes to food.
When given a $100 donation, a homeless man does something no one would expect – he uses it to purchase food for other homeless people.
Can earthquakes and tsunamis put the Japanese food producer down? Apparently not. Sanriku Fukko National Park now hosts the world’s largest indoor farm.
The Mayor of Hollywood, Florida is every working person’s hero for mandating that all city-owned vending machines offer non-GMO, healthier snack choices.
This video explains how artificial sweeteners mess with your brain in numerous ways – often even causing you to consume more than you normally would.
GMOs are supposed to eradicate world hunger, right? Yet statistics show that food insecurity has risen by 57 percent since GMOs were introduced in the US.
Nine-year-old Martha Payne is student revealing just how low quality school lunches are – all while students are expected to perform academically.
A school in Connecticut was forced to make a food shift after 500 students boycotted the cafeteria food for being served while under-cooked and moldy.
As the new film, Organic Rising points out, misinformation, disinformation, and outright lies are what our conventional food system runs on.
GMO advocates say GMOs are needed to feed the world, yet one organic rooftop farm can feed 9000 people. Here are 8 proofs we don’t need GMOs.
A $25 million study on GMOs and pesticide safety is slated to occur November 11. The study will investigate the health effects of GM crops.
One of the largest studies to date has found a dramatic increase in inflammatory bowel conditions in children in the last decade, likely due to eating GMOs.