New Efforts to Save the Monarch Butterfly, But Do They Go Far Enough?

Monarch butterfly numbers have declined by 90 percent since the mid-1990s. Their main population is only one extreme storm away from being wiped out.

Change is Coming as McDonald’s Commits to Serving Antibiotic-Free Chicken

McDonald’s commits to serving antibiotic-free chicken within two years.

Innovations Changing the Way Farmers Grow Food

Farmers are creating innovations and new technologies to solve commonly faced challenges. Food Tank highlights solutions supporting small and medium sized farms

Women Farmers Making it Happen #IWD2015

International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate the success and achievements of women in agriculture, while also calling on more resources and support.

Exposure to Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Results in Huge Cost for the EU

A recent series of studies found exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals contributes to diseases, estimated to cost an average of €157 billion per year.

Spike Mendelsohn Will Chair D.C. Food Policy Council

Mayor Muriel Bowser appointed Chef Spike Mendelsohn as the chairman of the D.C. Food Policy Council.

NYT Talks Trash—And That’s a Great Thing

The New York Times is talking trash—food trash. This week’s Food section features three compelling, informative pieces on food waste.

TEDxManhattan Changing Food One Talk at a Time

On March 7, TEDxManhattan ‘Changing the Way We Eat,’ organized by Change Food, celebrates its fifth anniversary, and Food Tank is thrilled to be a part of it.

Former Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Joins AGree as Co-Chair

Food policy organization AGree announced former Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Kathleen Merrigan will be joining the organization as Co-Chair.

“The Meatrix: Relaunched” Continues the Fight Against Big Agriculture

Award-winning short film “The Meatrix” is re-launching to again encourage consumers to challenge the food system status quo.