A digest of the week’s coverage of the war against Ukraine.
The closure of a factory in Michigan is the incident that put new parents across the US on edge, but the real causes for the shortage of baby formula are many years in the making.
A ‘right to grow’ law encouraging more locally-grown food could boost health, community pride and food supply resilience.
The supply crisis in the meat processing industry was entirely predictable. Employers and the government should have seen it coming.
Supply chains are facing a complex and unpredictable world in the year ahead.
In 2020 and 2021 empty supermarket shelves were due to spikes in demand. Now it’s a supply-side issue. The solutions, though, are substantially the same.
Adverse weather is likely to reduce the amount of food the world can grow.
Food waste is responsible for 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.
Continuing flour shortages in supermarkets highlight a fundamental food security problem in distribution systems.
Canada’s food system has bent but not broken in the face of unprecedented demand during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to have enough food available.
The new coronavirus outbreak has prompted panic buying in the US and around the world, even in products that are abundant.
Not all droughts are the same and South Africa needs to have a targeted approach to each type.
World Food Day, Oct. 16, provides an opportunity to gauge where the fight against hunger stands. It’s also a time, an expert says, to look at so-called hidden hunger.
More than half of girls in South Sudan are married before the age of 18. Endemic conflict and food shortages are only exacerbating the problem.
GMO crops have been rejected by many countries and consumers. Now, an international team of researchers are creating better crops using DNA editing–without inserting foreign genes into the plant.
More than 50 animals in a Venezuelan zoo have reportedly died from starvation in the past few months.