Food Policy

This month the U.S. government cut funding for food stamps by $5 billion. What’s going to happen to the 20 percent of Americans who already find supermarket prices too steep?

After a governmental school lunch overhaul was enacted at the start of the school year, there was a cafeteria uprise. Now peanut butter and garlic bread are back on the menu. This is just one example of how the government influences the food we buy and eat.

What do the different expiration dates really mean? We uncovered all those dates stamped on food labels to see if we can really trust them.

Playing with nature can be risky, but genetic engineering is not some trendy new concept. So why are genetically modified munchies getting such a bad rap now?

Playing with nature can be risky, but genetic engineering is not some trendy new concept. So why are genetically modified munchies getting such a bad rap now?

What do the different expiration dates really mean? We uncovered all those dates stamped on food labels to see if we can really trust them.

After a governmental school lunch overhaul was enacted at the start of the school year, there was a cafeteria uprise. Now peanut butter and garlic bread are back on the menu. This is just one example of how the government influences the food we buy and eat.

This month the U.S. government cut funding for food stamps by $5 billion. What’s going to happen to the 20 percent of Americans who already find supermarket prices too steep?