EPISODE 337 | Apr 05, 2021

Iowa has had enough of CAFOs

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Art Cullen comes on to talk about the pressure of the hog indus

EPISODE 334 | Mar 08, 2021

Draining the "Big Food" Swamp

Draining the "Big Food"  Swamp is an in depth report on lobbying money in politics backed by majo

EPISODE 333 | Feb 22, 2021

Migrant workers and the H2A visa Program

H2A visa workers, those who pick and harvest our food,  are some of the most abused and least pro

EPISODE 332 | Feb 08, 2021

The Poultry Industy Pays fines, Pleads guilty to price fixing

Anti-trust lawyer and University of Wisconsin Professor Emeritus Peter Carstensen joins to discus

EPISODE 331 | Feb 03, 2021

New Dietary Guidelines; what didn't but should have changed!

Journalist Greta Moran digs into the new version of the National Dietary Guidelines so the rest o

EPISODE 330 | Jan 27, 2021

Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food from Sustainable to Suicidal.

Mark Bittman, former NYTimes columnist and noted author joins to discuss his newest book.

EPISODE 329 | Jan 18, 2021

Rebuilding dairy in Pennsylvania

Aaron DeLong of Pasa Sustainable Agriculture in PA will describe his organizations efforts to rec

EPISODE 328 | Dec 17, 2020

The latest on COVID-19 in food processing with Leah Douglas

In this update, Leah talks about her most recent piece for FERN detailing how numbers are underre

Advocacy & Food Policy | Mon, 08/10/2020 - 16:15

Where is OSHA in meatpacking?

Advocacy & Food Policy | Wed, 04/06/2016 - 12:00

Cage-free is the Way to Be

Advocacy & Food Policy | Sun, 02/21/2016 - 12:00

Why Isn’t Every Politician Talking About This?

Advocacy & Food Policy | Sun, 12/13/2015 - 10:00

U.S. Food Policy is Making You Sick, For Real