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A Legal Twist In The Effort To Ban Cameras From Livestock Plants By Alastair Bland (NPR)

A Nation Of Meat Eaters: See How It All Adds Up By Eliza Barclay (NPR)

Agricultural Output Climbed in 2013, Recovering From Drought By Floyd Norris (The New York Times)

Can The Meat Industry Help Protect Wildlife? Some Say Yes By Eliza Barclay (NPR)

Center for Labor Research and Education (UC Berkeley)

Chef Knows The Cows That Go Into 'The Truth' By Marie Cusick (NPR)

Consumers Contribute To Retail Food Waste By Kristofor Husted (NPR)

Did Tyson Ban Doping Cows With Zilmax To Boost Foreign Sales? By Peggy Lowe (NPR)

FDA Found Drugs Used In Food Animals To Be 'High Risk' By Dan Charles and Eliza Barclay (NPR)

Food Access Research Atlas (USDA)

Food for 9 Billion -- Timeline (Marketplace)

Food Giants Want 'Sustainable' Beef. But What Does That Mean? By Dan Charles (NPR)

Food Labor Research Center (UC Berkeley)

From Pets To Plates: Why More People Are Eating Guinea Pigs By Alastair Bland (NPR)

Harvest Public Media: Cultivating Stories from the Ground Up

How Do We Get To Love At "First Bite"? An Interview with author Bee Wilson. (NPR)

How School Lunch Became the Latest Political Battleground

In The New Globalized Diet, Wheat, Soy And Palm Oil Rule By Dan Charles (NPR)

Industrial Meat Bad, Small Farm Good? It's Not So Simple By Eliza Barclay (NPR)

Is Sushi ‘Healthy’? What About Granola? Where Americans and Nutritionists Disagree By Kevin Quealy and Margot Sanger-Katz (The New York Times)

Is Tyson Foods' Chicken Empire A 'Meat Racket'? By Dan Charles (NPR)

Is There Wood Pulp In That Parmesan? How Scientists Sniff Out Food Fraud By NPR Staff (NPR)

It Takes How Much Water to Grow an Almond?! By Alex Park and Julia Lurie (Mother Jones)

Making Food From Flies (It's Not That Icky) By Dan Charles (NPR)

Ramen to the Rescue: How Instant Noodles Fight Global Hunger By Eliza Barclay (NPR)

Rooftop Farming is Getting Off the Ground By Eliza Barclay (NPR)

Sky-High Vegetables: Vertical Farming Sprouts In Singapore By Michaeleen Doucleff (NPR)

Students Win Seed Money To Make Flour From Insects By Rae Ellen Bichell (NPR)

Take Extinction Off Your Plate: A Project of the Center for Biological Diversity

The Joys and Ethics of Insect Eating By Barbara J. King (NPR)

The Salt: What's on Your Plate - NPR Food Blog

The System Supplying America's Chickens Pits Farmer Vs. Farmer By Dan Charles (NPR)

These Pictures Might Tempt You to Eat Bugs By Maria Goody (NPR)

This Stanford Ph.D. Became A Fruit Picker To Feed California's Hungry By Sasha Khokha (NPR)

Turning Off The Spigot In Western Kansas Farmland By Dan Charles (NPR)

U.S. Research Lab Lets Livestock Suffer in Quest for Profit By Michael Moss (The New York Times)

Vertical 'Pinkhouses:' The Future Of Urban Farming? By Michaeleen Doucleff (NPR)

Why Farmers Can Prevent Global Warming Just As Well As Vegetarians By Eliza Barclay (NPR)

World Resources Institute: Food

World's first lab-grown burger is eaten in London (BBC)