Who started the "sliver" phenomenon and why do so many East Bay pizzerias do it?
In the last two years more than 12 restaurants have closed in Jack London Square, but several new food businesses are planned for the area. Will they succeed?
Entrepreneur Zorina Price's upscale vegetarian restaurant will give a marginalized community economic stability and opportunity.
Entrepreneur David Akerman says his new TooLow app solves pricing inefficiencies that can give both diners and restaurants what they want.
Tim "Buna" Babilla has found a new home for his popular breakfast sandwich pop-up inside Spats in downtown Berkeley.
Berkeley Food Institute partnered with UC Berkeley Advanced Media Institute to create a six-part podcast series that delves into food issues through a human lens.
Owner Cassandra Chen will open the cafe and retail store on University Avenue in the space previously occupied by Flour & Co.
We checked in with restaurants, markets and an animal rights group in Berkeley and Oakland to get their reaction to the new Ninth Court ruling against foie gras.
Golden Road Brewing has scaled back its plans to appease locals' concerns, but will it be enough for the corporate-owned brewery to open?
Echoes of social justice programs that the Black Panther Party started resonate within current East Bay food-justice groups.
Berkeley City Council passed the "healthy by default" bill in July that prevents soda from being included in children's fast food meals.
This ongoing pop-up event celebrating the Black experience was the direct result of the organizers’ concern for minority voices after the election of 2016.