300 Million People at Risk as a Result of Land Grabs

April 22nd is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day and the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition is encouraging a renewed commitment to sustainable agriculture.

Waste Not, Want Not: Filmmakers Live on Wasted Food in Challenging New Documentary

In the new documentary “Just Eat It,” premiering April 22 on MSNBC, two filmmakers take on food waste by living exclusively on rescued food for six months.

20 Innovators Protecting the Planet #EarthDay2015

April 22nd is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day and, this year, Food Tank is highlighting 20 of our favorite innovators.

Food Shouldn’t be WastED: An Interview with Baldor Foods

Food Tank recently had the opportunity to talk to the President of Baldor Foods about how the company is addressing the issue of food waste.

Soil Building in India’s ‘Suicide Belt’

The Living Soils Save Lives program is helping Indian farmers become more sustainable and resilient by cultivating living soil.

How Rice Farmers in Africa Can Point Us Out of California’s Water Crisis

California’s drought is one of the worst in history; however, smallholders in Africa and Asia may provide some solutions.

New Report Finds Life-Changing Partnerships in the Global Food Chain

A new report released by The Chicago Council shows making nutrition a global priority could give billions more people access to healthy foods.

Fizzling Controversy: Soda Tax South of the Border

The numbers are in on Mexico’s soda tax. Can the United States follow suit?

The Business Case for Ugly Produce

As the business case for ugly produce builds, will U.S. grocers grab this low-hanging fruit or leave it to rot?

Yes! We Can Change the Food System

The Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN) Young Earth Solutions! (YES!) program was established to encourage young people to develop innovative solutions.