Questions Remain About Using Treated Sewage on Farms

tractor spreading biosolids as fertilizer over farmland

The Packaging Industry Takes on PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ in our Food Supply

a row of compostable food packaging containers

Is Detroit Finally Getting a Black-Owned Grocery Store?

Grocery store photo CC-licensed by Donald West

For a New Generation of Farmers, Accessing Land is the First Step Toward Tackling Consolidation

tractors driving across a large consolidated farm field

Michigan’s Failed Effort to Privatize Prison Kitchens and the Future of Institutional Food

incarcerated person eating prison food

FoodLab Detroit Is Helping Create a Food System by and for People of Color

Relish Catering co-owner Le’Genevieve Squires. (Photo courtesy of V.W. Photography.)

Why Are There So Few Black-Owned Grocery Stores?

Does Detroit’s Food Revival Leave the City’s Black Residents Behind?