Policy and Organizing

Yes! We Can Change the Food System

The Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN) Young Earth Solutions! (YES!) program was established to encourage young people to develop innovative solutions.

Advocates Urge Dietary Guidelines that are Good for Public Health and the Environment

For the first time ever, sustainability has been included in the 2015 Expert Panel’s Scientific report.

Farmworkers Get the Recognition they Deserve

Farmworkers take center stage during Farmworker Awareness Week.

ActionAid Calls for Congress to Reform Biofuels Mandates

ActionAid is asking Congress to reform the biofuels mandates in the Renewable Fuels Standard and stop food-based biofuels consumption mandates.

11 Years of Good Food

The Good Food Festival & Conference is celebrating their 11th anniversary this March 19-21, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.

Feeding a Warmer, Riskier World

Mother nature can be rough – and she’s getting rougher as our planet’s climate changes.

French Senate Abolishes Best Before (DLUO) Label

The controversial best-before (DLUO) label for non-perishable food products has been abolished in France by the French Senate.

Change is Coming as McDonald’s Commits to Serving Antibiotic-Free Chicken

McDonald’s commits to serving antibiotic-free chicken within two years.

Spike Mendelsohn Will Chair D.C. Food Policy Council

Mayor Muriel Bowser appointed Chef Spike Mendelsohn as the chairman of the D.C. Food Policy Council.

Former Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Joins AGree as Co-Chair

Food policy organization AGree announced former Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Kathleen Merrigan will be joining the organization as Co-Chair.