Ten Questions with Lisa Moon, President and CEO of The Global FoodBanking Network

Food Tank had the opportunity to speak with Lisa Moon, President and CEO of The Global FoodBanking Network, who will be speaking at the Food Tank Summit in Chicago.

Eight Questions with Kevin Cleary, CEO of Clif Bar & Company

Food Tank had the chance to speak with Kevin Cleary, CEO of Clif Bar & Company, who will be speaking at this year’s Food Tank Summit in Chicago.

How We Get Hooked on Added Sugar

Young children are eating far too much added sugar.

Highlight Local Efforts to Curb Food Waste through #NotWasting Food Video Competition

In the United States, an estimated one-third of all food is lost or wasted.

Ten Questions with Karen Lehman, Director, Fresh Taste

Food Tank had the chance to speak with Karen Lehman, Director at Fresh Taste, who will be speaking at this year’s Food Tank Summit in Chicago.

5 Reasons to Fight for School Food Reform!

Whether it be for our health, our environment, for social justice or education reform, changing school food can have a far-reaching impact.

Nine Questions with Juliette Majot, Executive Director at Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

Food Tank had the chance to speak with Juliette Majot, Executive Director at Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, who will be speaking at this year’s Food Tank Summit in Chicago.

Vote for a Brighter Food Future

Voters have a variety of resources, including a National Food Policy Scorecard, to learn how to use their votes to advance a healthier, more sustainable food system.

Ten Questions with Harry Rhodes, Executive Director of Growing Home

Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Harry Rhodes, Executive Director of Growing Home, who will be speaking at the Food Tank Summit in Chicago on November 16, 2016.

Schooling Food Waste: How Schools Can Teach Kids to Value Food

There’s much ado about food waste these days. The Obama Administration set an aggressive food waste reduction goal by 2030, five states and a few cities have banned it from landfills, Congress held hearings on the matter, the Ad Council created a suite of “Save the Food” public service ads, and the National Science Foundation just donated US$1 million to tackle the issue.