The cost of Romaine lettuce has shot up more dramatically in the past 12 months than any other food product being tracked by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Betty White was a passionate advocate for animals. On what would have been her 100th birthday, fans turned out in droves to donate to animal causes around the world.
Dexter Scott King, Son of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., On Veganism as a Form of Non-Violence and Spiritual Growth
From our archive: A 1995 conversation with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s son about veganism and the pursuit of social justice
UNLIMEAT touts itself as the only alt-meat brand on the market designed for Asian cooking
The fast food chain has no plans to prepare the veggie nuggets separately from its chicken
Under a new labeling rule in the U.S., food must now state it's 'bioengineered' if it contains certain GMO ingredients – but some consumer advocates say it's not enough
Colorado Scientists Discovered a Strain of Mycelium That Flourishes After Wildfires. Now They’re Turning It Into Alt-Meat.
An unusual mycelium that appears after fires is the key ingredient in an innovative new alt-meat that bears a strong resemblance to animal protein
Expert predictions of the food trends that will be extra-hot in the year to come, from new veggie burgers to an emphasis on 'clean' eating
The World’s First Commercial Octopus Farm Is Set to Open – Despite Objections from Scientists and Activists
Despite expert findings that "high-welfare octopus farming was impossible," one company intends to open a commercial farming operation in Spain next year.
Future Meat Just Landed the ‘Largest Investment Ever in Cultivated Meat’ as Backers Pour $347 Million Into the Tech-Protein Brand
The funds will help Future Meat expand production, including plans to open a large facility in the U.S.
As Manatees Experience ‘Record-Breaking Mortality’ Linked to Pollution, Wildlife Officials Race to Rescue and Feed the Survivors
Pollution in Florida's waters have devastated the manatees and their food sources, leaving many of the mammals starving to death
The new plan calls for high-tech food product tracing and faster and better analysis and sharing of information – and might mean you won't have to worry as much about recalled onions and spinach in the future