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A Healthy Lunch Debate

Middle-class children are increasingly rejecting the healthier lunches that federal rules require their schools to offer.

The Future of Food Stamps

The GOP budget deal won't alter the program, for now. But changes could still be coming.

The Art of Dealing With Cuba

Cuba's ability to develop a real art market will be a signal of how the country will handle improved relations with the U.S.

How Obama's EPA Is Making Life Difficult for Clinton

The Renewable Fuel Standard offers Hillary Clinton an opportunity to address income inequality—and danger that the Obama administration's dithering management of the RFS may ...

Tom Vilsack Unveils Campaign to Combat Childhood Hunger

The Agriculture secretary details new grant programs to feed the poorest children and improve school performance.  

Agriculture Has a Science Problem

A series of recent findings, particularly on nutrition, has sowed confusion.

Playing Defense on Crop Insurance

Agriculture leaders know that insurance programs could be targeted for cuts, especially if food stamps are too.

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