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A series of recent findings, particularly on nutrition, has sowed confusion.
Agriculture leaders know that insurance programs could be targeted for cuts, especially if food stamps are too.
Dairy exporters and other agriculture groups are eager to sell to the island nation.
Famed activist tells agriculture group to focus on the farm, not the slaughterhouse.
A new FDA rule forces restaurants to post calorie counts for alcoholic beverages, but some drinkers can still find ways to hide from their caloric consequences.
Brazilian guidelines mark the first time a developing country has tried to stop a change in consumer behavior before junk food dominates—as it does in America.
The Kansas Republican voted against the 2014 bill and said on the campaign trail he wants to rein in food-stamp spending more than that bill did.