Series
Award Winners
Award Winners

Award-winning food coverage from The Counter.

Eating In
Eating In

First-person, personal accounts of the American eating experience during the Covid-19 pandemic—as it unfolds through fear, isolation, loss, fortitude, and renewal.

Investigations
Investigations

The Counter’s most in-depth, impactful reporting.

SNAP wars
SNAP wars

From drug-testing mandates to “harvest boxes,” what battles over federal food assistance tell us about nutrition, class, politics, and the economy.

The carnivore’s dilemma
The carnivore’s dilemma

An exploration of the ways we purchase, prepare, and eat meat—and what our decisions reveal about who we are.

The hands that feed us
The hands that feed us

Immigrant food workers, in their own words. A series from The New Food Economy, published in October of 2018.

The Shutdown Notebook
The Shutdown Notebook

A weekly series about award-winning Minneapolis chef Gavin Kaysen who closed three restaurants during the pandemic—and intends to get them back.

Weekend Reads
Weekend Reads

Yes, we know there’s a pandemic on. But that’s not the whole story, or the only story.

That’s why we’re publishing a new, longform feature every Saturday morning—urgent, in-depth reporting with no direct link to the current crisis. Because there’s more to life than Covid-19.

What is regenerative agriculture?
What is regenerative agriculture?

Everyone’s talking about regenerative ag, an approach to food production that seeks to improve the land rather than degrade it—but also has no universal definition. This series helps put a movement into context, explaining its goals, limitations, and potential to be co-opted.