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Brass Roots is a New Orleans-based healthy snack company that has both local and international social impact initiatives.

New Orleans Healthy Snack Company Hopes to Make a Change

Mary Blackford, founder of Market 7, a community marketplace addressing food and retail insecurity in Washington, D.C., wins Build Your Legacy grand prize

Black-owned Alternative Community Market Wins Build Your Legacy Contest

To celebrate International Youth Day, Food Tank has compiled a list of youth who are changing the food system.

18 Youth Inspiring Change Across the Food System

At J.E.D.I’s and Food Funded’s keynote speaker event, they address systemic challenges for Black people to build and fund their business.

Entrepreneurs and Investors Discuss Uplifting Black Food Businesses

Indigenous Peoples Hold the Past and Future of Food in Their Hands

Documentary exposing the history of racism and sexism in American farming features woman-led Rise & Root Farm

Women Reclaim Farming in Documentary “Rise, Root, Revolution!”

A coalition of over 200 U.S. fishers and seafood industry groups is working to increase federal aid for fishing operations impacted by COVID-19.

U.S. Fishers Urge Congress to Aid Small Operations Affected by COVID-19

Parents in Lebanon Barter on Facebook through Food Crisis

13 groups and organizations are working to feed people and provide humanitarian services to people affected by the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon.

13 Organizations That Need Your Help to Feed Explosion Victims in Beirut

Biden's Climate Goals Are Ambitious. His Strategies Don't Go Far Enough

Biden’s Ambitious Goals for Climate and Agriculture Require Bolder Strategies

Black-owned Alternative Community Market Wins Build Your Legacy Contest

Mary Blackford, founder of Market 7, a community marketplace in Washington D.C., is the winner of the Build Your Legacy grand prize.

18 Youth Inspiring Change Across the Food System

In honor of International Youth Day, Food Tank has highlighting 18 youth who are building a stronger the food system for the future.

Entrepreneurs and Investors Discuss Uplifting Black Food Businesses

At J.E.D.I’s and Food Funded’s keynote speaker event, they address systemic challenges for Black people to build and fund their business.

Indigenous Peoples Hold the Past and Future of Food in Their Hands

International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples offers an opportunity to give thanks to the Indigenous cultures who steward the land and protect the world’s biodiversity.

Women Reclaim Farming in Documentary “Rise, Root, Revolution!”

Documentary exposing the history of racism and sexism in American farming features woman-led Rise & Root Farm

U.S. Fishers Urge Congress to Aid Small Operations Affected by COVID-19

A coalition of over 200 U.S. fishers and seafood industry groups is working to increase federal aid for fishing operations impacted by COVID-19.

Parents in Lebanon Barter on Facebook through Food Crisis

With the economy in freefall, Lebanese families are resorting to Facebook bartering platforms to exchange goods and services for food.

13 Organizations That Need Your Help to Feed Explosion Victims in Beirut

13 groups and organizations, where people can donate to, working to feed and provide other forms of aid to people affected by the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon.

Biden’s Ambitious Goals for Climate and Agriculture Require Bolder Strategies

The final draft of the Democratic National Convention Platform promises to help slow climate change and proposes a net zero emissions goal for agriculture, but Joe Biden’s strategies do not go far enough. There is still time to change that.

Ten Finalist Visionaries Announced in US$2 Million Food System Vision Prize

Out of more than 1,300 proposals submitted, 10 finalists have been announced for the Food System Vision Prize, a challenge that highlights actionable solutions for a more sustainable food system.

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