Winter 2014 - Special Issue on Food
Nineteen years ago, I decided to fight for clean air, clean water and healthy food.
Our taste for cheap meat has industrialized agriculture, drained natural resources and hurt our health. There has to be a better way.
Indiscriminate use of precious medicines in animal feed may lead us into a post-penicillin age.
With garden projects, public health rekindles humanity's need for seed
How a $5 gift in 1972 changed my life—and others' lives as well
In a nation of farmers, undernutrition leaves children stunted and at lifelong risk. Can a novel study help save Nepal's next generation?
Is it bad to ingest a few hormone-tickling chemicals like BPA?
David Paige's idea for "prescribing appropriate foods" in 1969 led to the federal program that now helps half of all infants in the U.S.
From fatty and fried to lean and green: How I transformed my relationship with food
In a city where the deep-fryer is king, what does it take to sell yogurt, salad and wraps?
Why did 250,000 Somalis die in 2010 and 2011?
CLF experts dish on the future of food.