Pickers, purifyers and producers are all working flat out.
The colour, size, shape and weight of your cutlery and crockery affect how you eat. Your popcorn can seem saltier and your coffee sweeter.
Food can be a great way of breaking out of the confines of lockdown.
A nutritionist shares five habits becoming more common during the pandemic that she hopes will continue. Eating family meals together is just the start.
Winter is when porridge really comes into its own. From Paleolithic times to workhouse gruel to hipster health bowls, this simple dish is warming and nourishing.
Often dismissed as kid food, a lot of adults still secretly love the popular boxed dinner. It's also played an important role in kitchen science, wars and women's liberation.
It's hard to eat while wearing a face mask, and social distancing isn't easy in restaurants' normally tight quarters. An infectious disease expert offers some tips on what to look for to stay safe.
Should I wear a mask and gloves in the grocery story? Sanitize my food? A food virologist takes on the top questions people are asking as they shop for food amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During these stressful times, if you find yourself reaching into the pantry of your past, you're probably not alone.
Victory gardens were popular during wartime, and have made a comeback during the current pandemic.
Foods rich in flavonoids (such as apples, berries, or tea) are important for cognitive health, research suggests.
Food is essential to survival. It is also essential to identity. During times of national crisis like the coronavirus pandemic and in the historical landscape, food issues become prominent.
Yeast is a single-celled organism that's everywhere around us. Understanding how yeast works can help you make better bread and appreciate this old friend of humanity.
For the second time this century, crises have led to calls to transform our global food system. We can start with restructuring the global food trade so that it complements local food systems.
Bubbly waters are becoming increasingly popular. While these carbonated, sometimes flavored beverages might cause slight harm to teeth, they are far better than soda. They might even be good for you.
Pests can cause sudden and significant damage to homegrown food, but a little planning and intervention can help you cut your losses.
What drives people to garden isn't the fear of hunger so much as hunger for physical contact – and a longing to engage in work that is real.
Product tampering is not just committed by teenagers, nor has it just come about during this pandemic.
Mauritius relies on a strategy of being open to imports and exports.
A spike in flour sales and an increase in home cooked meals could signal the start of a new healthier relationship with food.