A study found people around the globe care about what goes in their food and on their tables, but even the most diligent consumer admitted they don’t really know the meaning of many food labels, the differences in farming methods like organic and conventional and the environmental impact.
People from all over the country are visiting a department store that sells an unusual version of the fruit. It looks just like any other banana, but it’s supposed to be softer and sweeter — and its peel is edible. Read moreRead More »
Feeding the world while dealing with the complexities of global trade has never been so difficult. And no industry has a bigger stake in succeeding abroad than the U.S. food sector. Matt Murray, deputy editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal, sat down with Juan R. Luciano, chairman, president[…]Read More »