Food Tank

Grasslands Are Turning into Carbon Sources, Study Finds

Worldwide, grasslands absorb as much carbon as they emit, but climbing demand for meat and dairy and poor land management threaten this balance.

New Competition Places Youth at the Center of Food Systems Change

Young people aged 13-18 can enter a one-minute video for the chance to have their call to action shared with a global audience.

Minnesota Farmers Turned the COVID-19 Crisis into an Opportunity to Strengthen Community

Covid-19 virus, in general, increased the awareness for people to buy local food, and about how smaller farmers work.

Transparency, Technology, and the Sea: The Story of Envisible

Seafood supply chains are notoriously opaque, but technology company Envisible aims to make the industry more transparent.

Long Food Movement Report Calls for Long-Term and Forward Looking Reform

The report emphasizes the important role that civil society organizations will play in restructuring and improving the global food system.

Food Tank Announces Additions to Board of Directors

Regina Anderson and Marc Zornes join Food Tank’s board.

R&DE Stanford Dining Joins Drawdown Labs: Why it Could Mark the Tipping Point for Campus Dining as a Critical Lever for Scaling Climate Solutions

Stanford Dining is the first university-based member in Drawdown Labs’ network of business leaders taking accelerated action against climate change.

“Squashing Superbugs” Calls for a Reduction in the Misuse of Antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance is emerging as one of the biggest threats to public health. During a recent event, co-hosted by Food Tank, experts argue there is still time to act.

The Pandemic Transformed Contract Catering into a New Diverse Sector

The pandemic disrupted the food service industry. Some sectors learned to become more agile.

Squashing Superbugs in the Livestock Industry

The fight against superbugs requires us to reconsider our use of antibiotics in livestock.