Food & Drink Coverage
Local restaurant food trucks served free meals to the poor, disabled, and homeless in Sacramento Tuesday.
A vacant lot in West Sacramento will soon be transformed into the city’s first urban farm. The Center for Land Based Learning and the city have teamed up to provide beginning farmers with land.
Many California food banks will be affected by the drought... with a combination higher prices and more people in need.
A Manteca company will be making wine bottles, but instead of using glass, the bottles will be made from cardboard.
If you're a backyard gardener and live in Elk Grove, there's a new way to make sure all your extra oranges, zucchini and summer squash doesn't go to waste.
Advocates for labeling genetically modified food are taking a state-by-state approach to passing legislation to that end. They’re hoping to avoid Congressional gridlock.
The Great Basin Community Food Co-op in Reno is one of the fastest-growing co-ops in the nation.
After spending millions of dollars to fight mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods in California and dozens of other states, large food companies have moved the fight to the federal level.
About 50 Sacramento area restaurants hope to turn around the post-holiday lull and reinvigorate the local economy with a weeklong “Bacon Fest” which starts today.
The presents have been opened and we've all had enough of our families for about a year, now is the time to turn our focus to the future, get all glittered up and brave the cold and crowds for one last 2013 hurrah!
New California Law Expands Food Stamp Eligibility
Fri, Dec 27, 2013
A new state law taking effect in January could make an estimated 230,000 low income Californians eligible for food stamp aid.
Food, Farms and Delta Water
Wed, Oct 09, 2013
California is the nation’s largest agricultural state. It would not be possible without water from the Delta. Farmers say the water is their lifeblood, but it’s been cut back year after year.
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