The global food system lacks resilience because it is too focused on keeping down costs.
About 7.7 million Somalis need emergency aid right now.
Since 1995, worldwide agricultural and food trade has more than doubled. It’s never been clearer that eating local produce is a powerful way to take action on climate change.
High food prices are exposing yet another risk of our hyper-concentrated global food system and strengthening the case for more diversified and decentralized alternatives.
New research using AI finds that trendy, unique-looking foods generate less social media engagement than traditional, normal-looking foods.
It sounds too good to be true. But the science on how different types of foods affect your glucose levels has been known for a long time.
Industry seeks to capitalize on regenerative agriculture, but standards that focus only on carbon or other select environmental metrics will undermine its transformative potential
Barbecued food has unique and often delicious flavors. A food chemist explains how the process of grilling over an open flame can produce flavors unattainable through other cooking methods.
Perhaps what is most interesting about #Swedengate is not what it tells us about Sweden, but what it tells us about ourselves.
Over the past two years, labour restrictions, climate change and violent conflict have contributed to the record-breaking high prices of vegetable oil around the world.
It’s surprisingly difficult for most to make a profit.
Millions of people experiencing food poverty turn to food banks, and the number is growing.
The world is facing one of the century’s biggest challenges: How to nutritiously feed the growing population, address climate change and not destroy the ecosystems on which we all depend for life.
A new study finds that by 2030, less than one-third of the world’s major crop harvests will go directly to feed people.
Experts say making meals available to all students reduces the stigma associated with a free lunch.
Rising food prices are not an easy fix and we shouldn’t be pretending otherwise.
Grain and fertilizer shortages, higher shipping costs and a strong dollar are all pushing food prices up and increasing hunger in dozens of vulnerable countries.
As lockdowns went into effect in the spring of 2020, many people took up gardening as a coping mechanism. But will a hobby born out of a crisis recede as life returns to normal?
Meat has been a marker of class and gender divides, sparked scientific revolutions and has been at the centre of wars.
Ending GST on some foods is being touted as a way to reduce food poverty. But cheap food comes with a high environmental and health cost. Is there a way to value food but reduce hardship?