It was a big year for Big Food. More fast food chains pledged to stop using gestation crates. Country of origin rules -- mandating that meat suppliers label where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered -- took effect. A major food corporation and a fast food chain announced they would stop using artificial dye in some of their products.
Despite certain victories, however, we also saw considerable fails for sustainability and roadblocks to transparency. Voters rejected a ballot measure that would require GMO labeling in Washington state, a study found that one third of seafood is mislabeled and certain restaurants refused to disclose their ingredients.
Here are nine resolutions Big Food should make in 2014: