Harvard Law School Brings Food Recovery Entrepreneurs Together for National Conference

The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic will host a conference this month on reducing food waste.

The Green Bronx Machine Grows Organic Citizens

Stephen Ritz and the Green Bronx Machine work to build resilient communities through garden-based education.

Antibiotic Growth Promoters: A Double-edged Sword of Antibiotic Resistance and Virulence

Dr. Byeonghwa Jeon discusses foodborne pathogens and antibiotic resistance with Food Tank.

Philadelphia Passes Soda Tax

Philadelphia has become the first major United States city to pass a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages.

Diabetes Rates Are Rising in the Middle East

Rates of type-2 diabetes and other lifestyle diseases are on the rise in parts of the Middle East. Rapid changes in diet and lifestyle are major factors.

Interview with the Dervaes Family, Urban Homesteaders

The Dervaes family shares their thoughts about self-sufficiency and urban homesteading with Food Tank.

Protecting Pollinators Around the World

Global efforts to protect pollinators aim to preserve food security.

The Protein Flip: Reimagining Protein With Menus of Change

American chefs are starting to reimagine the traditional role of animal protein with help from Menus of Change.

Demand for Organic Food Growing in the UAE: An Interview with Becky Balderstone

Becky Balderstone is the founder of Ripe Organic, a store, farm network, and community organization that has been operating in the UAE since 2011.

Partners for Care and packH2O Are Improving Lives by Changing the Way Women Transport Water

Partners for Care is distributing packH2O water backpacks to improve public health in Kenya.