In Nairobi, Kenya, the World Food Programme has piloted a project to include aesthetically rejected ugly vegetables in school meals, feeding 2,200 schoolchildren lunch made with fresh vegetables for 75 school days.
Researcher Naomi Dachner discusses with Food Tank her team’s work on the association between health care costs and food insecurity in Canada, which they found “consistent with U.S. research that has raised concerns about food insecurity as a key contributor to poor health and higher costs.”
Freya Yost, Vice President at A Growing Culture, discusses the potential of farmers in building a more equitable food and agriculture system, with one central question: what can we learn from smallholder farmers?
A conference held by the Sustainable Food Trust will discuss the principles of harmony in food and farming with a diverse audience this July 10 and 11 in Wales.
As the world reacts to the U.S. exiting the Paris Climate Agreement, Republican Mayor Jim Brainard of Carmel, Indiana—a long-time supporter of climate change mitigation strategies—shares his concerns.
Food Tank sat down with Paul Lebeau of Wolfgang Mock to discuss home milling, its benefits, and the passion driving their work.
A new collaborative report combines a variety of data sources for a comprehensive picture of global food insecurity in 65 countries in 2016, its exacerbating factors, and a near-future outlook.
Brownsville Project provides education, training, jobs, and healthy and locally-sourced food for one New York City neighborhood.
Dr. Fry is involved in education, advocacy, policy, and research on the consequences of industrial aquaculture and animal food production.
Check out what experts presented at the New York Academy of Science and Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science’s conference on antibiotics in the food system and what they mean for public and animal health.