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    Chef James Corwell's nigiri sushi rolls made with Tomato Sushi, a plant-based tuna alternative, in San Francisco.

    Food Politics » Drink less soda? Coke cuts jobs.

    Read about top nutrition headlines here. Food Network.

    Black youth saw more than twice as many ads for sugary drinks on TV compared with white children and teens in 2013. Advertising for the drinks on Spanish-language TV also increased by 44 percent.

    Food Politics » Souvenirs from the Dietitians’ annual meeting

    Farmers want tomato varieties that yield more fruit. Consumers want tastier ones. How to resolve that tension? A new genetic toolkit could help growers maximize the best of both worlds.

    Food deserts mapped from coast to coast, plus Alaska and Hawaii.

    After Grist's six-month-long series on genetically modified foods, some loyal readers accused the site of changing directions in the debate.

    Smithfield Foods, makers of ham products under a variety of brand names, is being purchased by Chinese food maker Shuanghui International for $4.72 billion.

    Genetically modified wheat has been discovered growing in a field in Oregon. GMO wheat is not approved for sale in the U.S. Above, a wheat field in Arkansas.

    For Supreme Court, Monsanto's Win Was More About Patents Than Seeds : NPR

    A truckload of live turkeys arrives at a Cargill plant in Springdale, Ark., in 2011. Most turkeys in the U.S. are regularly given low doses of antibiotics.

    Tesco to sell Fresh & Easy stores – including 70 in Southern California – as profits drop 96 percent

    The Heart of Safeway -- Phil Gibson

    A Chinese farmer tends to bees producing honey to supplement her income at a farm in China's Anhui province.

    Food Politics » Let’s Move! Celebrates its 3rd Birthday–At Walmart’s

    For many, Swedish meatballs are part of the allure of shopping at Ikea.

    Horsemeat Scandal [Infographic]

    John Honeywell uses a grain drill to plant winter wheat near Orlando, Okla., on Sept. 12, 2012.