As of now there is no federal framework to regulate aquaculture in the U.S., leaving a pretty significant policy vacuum and a lot of open questions.
Nearly 50,000 undergrads were food insecure in 2018.
A new self-sufficiency report shows that two-in-five New York City residents don’t make enough to cover living expenses—and may be cutting back on food as a result.
The city’s healthcare system continues to expand its plant-based food options for patients.
While we wait for Cuomo to legalize marijuana, you can get these CBD products delivered to your door.
In Unsavory Truth, Dr. Marion Nestle looks at how food companies influence public understanding of healthy food.
From reports on the latest issues facing farmers to a shopping guide, FoodPrint.org is packed full of useful information.
According to the city’s Department of Education, the program fits into the city’s overall efforts to ensure students receive high-quality, healthy lunch in a sustainable way.
We recently sat down with the West Village dad to learn more about his food philosophy, thoughts on how technology is changing how we eat and drink, and how he made over the Obama’s pantry.
The Pace-Natural Resources Defense Council Food Law Initiative provides small farmers, food producers and food activists with pro bono legal services.
Local schools significantly depend on outside resources to help teach students how to make food choices that promote health, ecological sustainability and social justice.
Every restaurant is different, and there is no one right way to reduce food waste.