HoneyColony decodes the list of ingredients in several different infant formulas, and uncovers the shocking truth behind the marketing hype.
A lawsuit against Coca-Cola’s Vitaminwater shows why the ability to decipher food labels is a must.
When you go to the supermarket, do you know which foods are most likely to be—or contain ingredients that are—genetically engineered?
Polls show it will take a lot more than new public relations tricks to convince consumers.
Funny things happen when people consider their own bodies. They tell you what they really think.
Why are the ingredients not listed on the back of your beer? Which brands can you trust? And which companies are trying to slowly poison you with cheap and harmful ingredients?
Groups are working to ban genetically modified crops with a strategy that has helped communities across the country fight fracking.
Why have citizens of a tiny nation roughly the size of Massachusetts taken a powerful stance against GMOs amid seemingly more dire issues, like gangs and drug trafficking?
A buycott is the opposite of a boycott. Buycott helps you to organize your everyday consumer spending so that it reflects your principles.
Would you like some frankenfries with that?
When asked about the fast food giant's relentless exploitation of children and communities of color, McDonald's CEO lied and lied. And lied. And lied.
From the worst drought in half a century, to the fight against GMOs, to disgusting revelations about pink slime, this was quite a year in the world of food. Here's a look at some of the biggest stories of 2012.