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Vox writer Alissa Wilkinson explains the history behind food label dates, and how the "expiration date" concept is a costly misunderstanding.
Lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are debating when food products can be called “rice.”
America wastes an estimated 63 million tons of food each year, while 1 in 6 Americans are without enough affordable, nutritious food. We’re all responsible, whether it’s leftovers at a restaurant or that bruised peach that gets thrown. But one more guilty party? The law. A report out of Harvard Law and the Natural Resources Defense […]
The state has led the way in forcing labels for food derived from genetically modified organisms.
Reevaluating dietary guidelines to help consumers decide what's healthy