In Unsavory Truth, Dr. Marion Nestle looks at how food companies influence public understanding of healthy food.
Looking for a gift for your favorite eater-meets-bookworm? Consult our roundup featuring additional titles that didn’t run in our print issue.
Food Policy Action collaborates with national food policy leaders to hold legislators accountable on votes that affect food and farming.
The two-day conference will feature panels on topics that range from food in immigrant communities to the “Rural Urban Nexus.”
In addition to celebrating the appointment of a new executive director, Let Us Eat Local was an opportunity to showcase the bounty of the season.
Do you crave an in-depth food read this fall? Here are our editors’ book recommendations for when you want to dig a little deeper.
One of the trailblazers of American locavorism recently shared a powerful and provocative message at Edible Institute.
As NYU’s purple empire expands, high-tech, multimillion-dollar concrete buildings encircle Washington Square Park. But on an eighth of an acre at the corner of Houston and Wooster, something green has sprouted, too.
This week, our editors are looking forward to fresh colors, fresh book lists and fresh outlooks for school lunch and the nutrition label. Dig in!
Last Monday evening, more than 170 attendees gathered in a glass-enclosed room overlooking Manhattan for the third annual James Beard Foundation Leadership Awards dinner.
Earlier this week, the food world’s most influential movers and shakers gathered for the third annual James Beard Foundation Food Conference, “The Paradox of Appetite: Hungering for Change.”
Small batch chocolate cookbooks and podcasts questioning the choice to award Monsanto with the World Food Prize — yep, must be what the Edible staff is reading, watching and listening to this week.