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For consumers who want to fuse their purchasing decisions with their social consciousness, buying green and righteous just got a whole lot more confusing.

When I started writing a cookbook on grass-fed beef more than two years ago, I never imagined I'd become a spokesperson for carnivorism. Nor

Robert Kenner's Oscar-nominated film "Food, Inc." electrified audiences when it was released in theaters during the summer of 2009, raising critical questions about the

There's a problem with Spanish olive oil, and it's not just in Spain. In recent days, international media have been full of news about

After decades of experimentation, Indian farmers from Kerala now produce world-class cocoa for high-end Swiss chocolatiers.

Yves Marie Le Bourdonnec describes himself as un boucher en colère, "an angry butcher." So what is exercising this publicity-friendly, knife-wielding Parisian? The fact that, according