Canada's 'OPEC of maple syrup' is releasing tens of millions of pounds of maple syrup from its strategic reserves amid worldwide shortages
Over 65% of U.S. sweet potatoes are harvested in North Carolina, according to the NC SweetPotato Commission. But will supply chain issues and shipping delays make them more expensive this Thanksgiving? Possibly not.
The nation’s dairy farmers are feeling the squeeze of the pandemic, as supply chain issues are raising the cost of producing and packaging milk.
Consumers could soon see a shortage of pumpkins and canned pumpkin due to delays in shipping and inclement weather hurting the growing season for farmers.
The Biden administration said Monday it is launching a broad strategy to regulate toxic industrial compounds associated with serious health conditions that are used in products ranging from cookware to carpets and firefighting foams.
United Auto Workers for John Deere are on strike threatening major disruptions for the farm equipment maker.
Across the country, both drought and excessive rain have impacted the fall harvest season.
A Los Angeles jury decided Tuesday that exposure to Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller was not a "substantial factor" in a 10-year-old boy developing cancer.
After hovering for years near $1 per pound, coffee futures — the price large-volume buyers agree to pay for coffee upon delivery months down the road — doubled in late July, reaching heights not seen since 2014. Though prices have eased a bit, they remain elevated at about $1.90 per pound.
The U.S. grain, pork and chicken supply could be at risk after a ransomware attack on New Cooperative Inc. has forced the Iowa-based agriculture services provider's systems to go offline.
A trade group that represents the nation’s meat processors, including JBS USA, Cargill and Tyson Foods, blasted the Biden administration Tuesday for accusing the industry of “pandemic profiteering” — saying the government “refuses to acknowledge” the real problem.
Wellacrest Farms has 1,400 cows on the property — about half of them are milking cows.
Cattle producers for 35 years have been bankrolling one of the nation's most iconic marketing campaigns, but now many want to end the program that created the “Beef. It's What's for Dinner” slogan.
Two of the industry's biggest poultry companies have agreed to pay nearly $35 million to settle a lawsuit that accused them and several other firms of conspiring to dominate the industry and fix the prices paid to farmers who raise the chickens.
The Fed’s Jackson Hole meeting may be virtual this year but it is still one of the hotly anticipated wonk fests of the year.
Farmers continue to suffer as extreme heat and dry weather hurt crop output.
Help is on the way for dairy farmers who got a lower price for their products because of pandemic-related market abnormalities, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday.
The Biden administration's Environmental Protection Agency is set to prohibit the use of commonly used pesticide chlorpyrifos, reversing another decision by the Trump administration.
As temperatures recently reached triple digits, farmer Joe Del Bosque inspected the almonds in his parched orchard in California’s agriculture-rich San Joaquin Valley, where a deepening drought threatens one of the state's most profitable crops.
The Biden administration boosted the nation’s food stamp program, a decision that will give more than 40 million poor Americans more to spend on groceries while racking up billions in costs to the program.