Despite a World Health Organization report that says artificial sweetener aspartame is maybe, possibly, carcinogenic.
The state seems to think kids don't like the taste of peach.
The North Carolina–based biotech startup Pairwise will begin selling genetically modified and better-tasting mustard greens.
Uncowed, the protest organizer is suing.
Each state has different cottage food laws that don’t actually protect public health and safety.
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The raw milk restoration is underway.
Thanks to globalization, we plebes can pay just $6.49 for a whole Whopper meal fit for a 16th-century king.
Federal regulators and lawmakers are pushing bans after a new study came out linking indoor gas stove usage to childhood asthma.
Warning diners that red meat is bad for the environment is yet another attempt to socially engineer food choices.
Compliance could prove impossibly expensive for independent food sellers.
The city has not yet announced whether it will fight the order in court.
The war on animal food products continues to pick up adherents in Europe.
Backyard chickens are slowly making headway, but not without tradeoffs.
Alcohol-related ballot measures were in play in several states last week. The results were lukewarm.
No one is confused about whether Tofurky is turkey.
The ordinance governing how food can be shared is designed to make it next to impossible to share food.
Plaintiffs want the nanny state to nanny harder.
The restrictions are clearly intended to crush breweries in order to protect restaurants.
Haarlem lawmakers claim the ban will help fight climate change.
Liz Truss seeks to possibly end ill-advised bans on advertising and special deals on foods experts deem “unhealthy.”
The community fridge is a civic model that regulators should encourage, not seek to shut down.
Denver blames food trucks for late night chaos, while a city councilman in Alabama says he straight up wants to protect restaurants.
New rules from the state alcohol control board could grind breweries into insolvency.
How can it be that with so much cattle in America, we sometimes can't buy meat?
Regulators are setting their sights on ghost kitchens and virtual restaurants.
Somerville still has costly regulations on the books even though New Jersey has legalized the sale of home-baked items.
Regulatory uncertainty is keeping the seaweed market from reaching its full potential.
Everybody knows what almond, oat, and soy milk are. We don’t need the FDA’s intervention, no matter what the dairy lobby claims.
The Parkers filed their lawsuit under Maine’s new ‘right-to-food’ constitutional amendment.
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Proposition 12 threatens the national food economy.
Do California's rules violate the dormant commerce clause?
More choice can decrease meat consumption without coercion of regressive taxation.
Despite shifting enforcement away from cops, NYC is still ticketing the dickens out of New York's street-food sellers.
Why? A better question was why they were ever involved in the first place.
Do you, like many Americans, feel especially charitable this time of year? Enjoy helping those in need? Better buy a permit.
The state’s “reforms” have saddled merchants with oppressively expensive permitting demands.
Detroit leaders throw around words like "fairness" and "equity" while shielding big restaurants from smaller competition.