The White House is seeking new commitments from stakeholders across food and agriculture systems to support the implementation of the National Strategy to end hunger and reduce diet-related diseases.
Breakthrough in Locust Management: A Sustainable Solution Can Save Wildlife While Controlling Swarms
Research identifies a new approach to effectively control locusts before they threaten crops and livelihoods.
Empowering Food Sheroes to Heal Communities: WANDA’s Mission to Achieve Nutrition Equity
WANDA is uplifting the voices of Black women in food as they work to transform and heal their communities.
Shellfish Growers Unite to Take On Climate Crisis, Protect Aquatic Ecosystems
A Coalition of shellfish growers in the U.S. and Canada are driving climate action to sustain aquatic ecosystems.
World’s Oceans at Risk: U.N. Members Meet Again to Reach Consensus on High Seas Treaty
U.N. countries are meeting again in the hopes of reaching a consensus on the High Seas Treaty to protect 30 percent of the ocean.
Unlock the Secrets of Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life
Dr. Mark Hyman’s new book, Young Forever, explains why food isn’t like medicine. It is medicine.
Food Recovery from Super Bowl Tailgating Offers a Model to Address Hunger
Surplus food from a celebrity tailgate party will be donated to a local nonprofit. What if this happened at all major events?
In the Face of Setbacks, the Anti-Hunger Movement Presses On
“I believe that no one wants children to go hungry. Nobody wants families to go hungry,” says Rev. Eugene Cho. “Nobody wants farmers in urban and rural contexts to go hungry.”
Driving the Food Movement Forward One Edible Garden at a Time
The benefits of growing food in school gardens have the potential to extend far beyond the classroom.
Is Corporate Consolidation Leading to Higher Egg Prices?
Between December 2021 and December 2022, the cost of eggs more than doubled.