We still don't know whether ecolabels are significantly better for the environment than alternatives.
Discriminatory zoning and housing policies have concentrated poverty in America along racial lines. As a result, healthy food options are limited in many low-income and Black neighborhoods.
Another local lockdown, another outbreak of shoppers stockpiling. Fortunately supply chains are now prepared.
Since opening its first Australian stores on January 25 2001, Aldi has profoundly influenced the supermarket landscape.
Queues at borders, suspended deliveries, empty shelves: the EU-UK Trade Cooperatiion Agreement is not quite what it seemed in the brochure.
Yes, there will be temporary meat shortages in Victoria, but not for long.
Hip food offerings can signal that a neighborhood is gentrifying – especially when they repackage traditional foods for wealthy white eaters.
Melbourne's return to stage 3 restrictions has precipitated another round of grocery stockpiling. But supermarket shelves won't be empty as long as last time.
What motivates people to panic buy and stockpile goods like toilet paper? The COVID-19 pandemic has given us the chance to find out.
We are too reliant on supermarkets and industrial agriculture.
Pickers, purifyers and producers are all working flat out.
Continuing flour shortages in supermarkets highlight a fundamental food security problem in distribution systems.
We surveyed over 100 Coles, Woolworths, Aldi and independent stores around Australia and found supermarkets are promoting unhealthy food much more often, and more prominently, than healthier products.
After the brief shock of food insecurity in the form of empty supermarket shelves, we might start thinking about having a Plan B and C based on local food sources and shorter supply chains.
Product tampering is not just committed by teenagers, nor has it just come about during this pandemic.
The government is focusing on the market to feed the UK but to avoid long-term risks and short-term emergencies a UK food plan is needed now
Behavioural scientists explain why people react badly to paternalistic messaging from politicians. If you treat people like children and tell them to stop doing something, it has the opposite effect.
By shopping responsibly and thinking of others, consumers will play a big part in ensuring everyone can buy what they need.
The good news is supermarket shelves should be back to normal sooner rather than later.
Waste-free by 2035 in Indonesia is doable through three strategies to reduce food waste.