A study from Tufts University finds that a vegetarian diet with dairy products has the highest carrying capacity of agricultural land.
A report by the FAO, University of Minnesota, and CGIAR suggests that sustainable intensification is not enough to lower agricultural emissions to safe levels.
The Food Date Labeling Act in Congress would provide a national-level standard for clear and comprehensible food quality and safety labels.
A comprehensive analysis of more than 900 publications provides a fresh perspective on the applications of genetic engineering in agriculture.
Major food companies, such as General Mills and Mars, Inc., opt to implement GMO labels for all U.S. products.
The 2016 Map the Meal Gap report provides sobering data about food insecurity and food assistance at the local level in the United States.
A study, published in December 2015, compares household food waste generation trends and determinants across 44 countries of various income levels.
Copia, a San Francisco-based organization, uses a tech-savvy business model to address issues of hunger and food distribution.
During the month of May, the Stamp Out Hunger campaign gives Americans the opportunity to donate and re-route food to the needy.