An intrepid group of entrepreneurs and researchers in India are taking wasted materials and turning them into vegan leather.
Agroecology relies on traditional Indigenous farming knowledge to make farming more sustainable.
61 percent of U.S. voters support a ban on fur farming — yet the $22 billion industry is still legal in the U.S. and much of the rest of the world.
Hidden footage captured at pork mega-farm Bickmarsh Hall reveals pigs living in filth and suffering from injuries.
Goat milk has become increasingly popular, yet most consumers are unaware of the environmental and animal welfare impacts of dairy goat production.
Much of the farmed shrimp eaten in the U.S. is raised in India, where antibiotic use is rampant and underreported.
The poultry industry uses the term “broiler chickens” to describe birds farmed for meat. But where exactly does the term come from?
You might think “free-range” meat comes from happy animals but in reality, the label is no guarantee the farm meets any animal welfare standards.
In animal agriculture, grazing is the practice of allowing animals to roam across land. Grazing allows animals to behave naturally but it also comes with many environmental downsides.
What makes a food “organic”? One survey found only 20 percent of respondents knew the answer.
Food systems refer to different ways societies organize the production and distribution of food. While some types put a strain on the planet, others have a smaller impact.
Almost 300 million cattle were slaughtered globally in 2020, despite research suggesting cows are capable of feeling pain and distress.
Wendy’s and other national brands are failing to make good on their cage-free egg commitments.
Wondering why egg prices are skyrocketing? A mix of reasons — avian flu, inflation and shifting demand are all partly to blame.
A growing body of evidence shows that both intensive and extensive farms are increasing the risk of the next pandemic.
U.S. cattle feedlots house over 13 million cattle annually, maximizing growth before slaughter.
More than 21,000 factory farms raise and slaughter billions of livestock animals each year in the U.S.
Between February and August of last year, more than half of commercial chicken depopulations used ventilation shutdown.
Over 8 billion chickens are killed each year by the food industry.
Each year, over a trillion insects are farmed for human consumption.
Dairy farming is the practice of raising animals such as cows, goats and buffalo to produce milk for human consumption.
Poultry farming is a popular method of food production that raises billions of animals each year for meat.
Touring a caviar farm gives a rare glimpse into the life of a captive sturgeon.
36 new factory farms are slated to open in Ireland, pending approval from the Irish EPA.
The plant-based industry skeptics are ignoring a crucial factor: price parity.
Climate change is causing more North Carolina farms to flood, killing animals and flooding the streets with their manure.
Oyster farming produces few greenhouse gas emissions but that doesn’t mean it’s good for the planet.