Where is Water Hiding in Your Food?

Here are eight facts about water eaters and consumers might not know about.

The Key to Keeping America’s Kids Nourished, Focused, and Healthy

Feeding America is calling on Congress to strengthen the federal nutrition safety net and invest in child nutrition programs.

Billion Dollar US-funded ‘New Alliance’ Forcing Communities Off their Land in Tanzania

ActionAid is calling on the Obama Administration to end support for the New Alliance, and focus its funding on supporting poor farmers in Africa.

Celebrating #WorldWaterDay

This World Water Day we honor the projects, people, and programs working tirelessly to achieve more with less water.

Beware of the Corporate GMO Spin Doctors

Companies like Monsanto hope that casting doubt on the GMO labeling debate will cause us to get caught up in the proverbial weeds of the issue.

11 Years of Good Food

The Good Food Festival & Conference is celebrating their 11th anniversary this March 19-21, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.

Unlocking the Potential of Smallholder Farmers

Esther Nyongesa, a farmer in rural western Kenya, speaks about her challenges as a smallholder farmer and how One Acre Fund helped lift the burden.

Speaking Up for Limiting and Labeling: Added Sugar in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Will the USDA and HHS implement these recommendations in the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines to be finalized later this year?

Finally: A Textbook on Health and the American Food System

A new textbook, edited by Roni Neff, fills a conspicuous gap in interdisciplinary academic studies.

Why Schools Should Be on the Frontline in Combating Malnutrition

To celebrate International School Meals Day in March, schools from around the world share their school lunch.