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Elephant foot yam is a tropical tuber crop native to tropical parts of Asia, and cultivated for its various edible parts.
Minnesota has enacted a new law that will ensure that plants marketed as “bee-friendly” have not been treated with harmful insecticides.
Maize is prioritized in Benin as a source of food security and a marketable cash crop.
Intermarché have put ugly fruit and vegetables into the spotlight to educate consumers on food waste.
New documentary film tells story of Burt Shavitz, founder and face of Burt’s Bees.
The marama plant, a legume can produce crops above and below ground. The marama plant can survive in dry climates by storing water in its roots.
All Good Fairtrade, Ecuador’s cooperative of family farmers, gains international quality recognition.