Eating highly processed foods may be associated with an increased risk of developing cancer, according to a new study published in The BMJ. The study was widely reported in the media – mostly uncritically. But there are a number of problems with the study’s design …
Michael Pollan blames farm subsidies for making junk food cheap. He’s wrong. Here’s why.
As appealing as calls for more home cooking are, more nutritious, better convenience foods point to the straightest line to improving the American diet.
What does improving our diet look like for the consumer who doesn’t want to eat like their great grandparents and how can technology and the food industry develop more sustainable, more nutritious foods for the contemporary eater? We need better convenience food.