The Seafood Watch Consumer Guide helps consumers choose seafood that’s fished or farmed in ways that have less impact on the environment.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will allow public comments about its long-awaited proposed regulations for the mandatory disclosure of foods produced using genetic engineering, commonly known as GMOs, until July 3.
With composting, materials undergo a process of transformation where they change from something perceived as garbage into a nutrient-rich, biologically abundant soil that can transform even sand into fertile soil for growing the freshest food.
Local groups and organizations in the Greater Boston area are taking on food waste in the community.
Growth in farmers’ markets has skyrocketed in Massachusetts from 130 markets to 250 since 2007.
Boston Medical Center's rooftop garden helps families afford nutritional food.
Too often human beings fail to see the interconnection that exists between the non-human animals and the environment that surrounds us.
A growing number of seafood labeling programs are identifying sustainably sourced fish in an effort to help consumers make informed choices to protect the environment.
Legislators need to hear from many more constituents so they will prioritize and bring GMO labeling up for a full vote this session.
In addition to paying attention to the quality of the food we eat, the manner in which we consume it and the tone and pace of daily life can greatly affect health and well-being.