Malawi’s new draft seed policy, crafted in part by a Monsanto official, defines ‘seed’ as one that is quality certified, overriding the common cultural understanding of the term seed, and preventing local farmers from selling or displaying farm-saved seed at local seed fairs.
Emily Bachman challenges us to think about what it actually means to throw something away. Where is “away” and how does our waste get there? What does “away” look, smell, and feel like, now and in the future?
Young Female Farmers Mobile Produce uses food to unify communities, cutting across age, income, and cultural differences.
Eillie Anzilotti writes about issues in the hopes of bringing them to light, helping her readers understand what other people experience in their day-to-day lives.
This benefit concert features an amazing lineup and proceeds go to helping small family farms in America
Lynnette Johnson talks about the influences that shaped her views on the food system and the incorrect characterization that Earth’s resources are a zero sum game.
Karl Deily, President and Executive Office of Food Care, Sealed Air’s food and beverage packing business, explains the science behind food packaging and the research that goes into protecting and merchandising food products.
Joan Briggs describes food as an incredibly powerful tool to address systemic problems in our society because everyone needs to eat.
Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods has the potential to have a ripple effect across the grocery industry, affecting our food chain from farm to landfill. And one big area this new partnership could shape is combating wasted food.