Food Tank is highlighting 20 chefs proving plants are some of the most versatile ingredients for special occasions—especially this Valentine’s Day.
As technology makes it easier to order delivery or eat alone, conviviality—the pleasure of eating with others—is becoming tougher. These strategies make it easier to create joyful, communal food experiences.
Food Tank is highlighting the Democratic presidential candidates still in the race and their visions for a brighter future for food and agriculture.
Food Tank invites you to get involved this year, and we have so many ways to do it — from events around the country to musicals about climate change to freelance writing about the food system. Join us!
Food Tank is highlighting 19 organizations that are strengthening the growing food movement by engaging their communities, sharing knowledge and nutritious food, and achieving lasting victories in our efforts to build a more equitable food system.
Food Tank is a media partner with The New York Times for the upcoming Food Festival, which will be held October 5th–6th in NYC.
The benefits of school gardens range from higher fruit and vegetable consumption to improved academic performance — and in the cafeterias, students can eat what they grow for lunch.
Food Tank is recognizing 25 inspirational individuals who are working tirelessly to transform our food system. From tech to farming to activism, they have diverse backgrounds, but their commitment to innovation in food and agriculture unites them.