Food Tank

Louisville, KY: Betting Jobs on Rural-Urban Food Connections

Louisville, Kentucky, gets local food flowing with rural outreach.

Putting Invasive Species on the Menu

These campaigns encourage people to keep invasive species out of our ecosystems by putting them on your plate.

Interview with Dr. David Katz, President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine

Dr. David Katz, President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, shares his thought on integrative medicine and nutrition with Food Tank.

Redefining Farm-To-Table Eggs in Minnesota: An Interview with Locally Laid Egg Company

Locally Laid Egg Company, a family-run farm in Wrenshall, MN is redefining farm-to-table eggs and strengthening rural economies.

18 Organizations Working to Improve Livestock Management Practices

Food Tank highlights 18 organizations and companies that are working on the sustainable management of livestock.

The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Gives Americans a One-Month Opportunity to Reduce Hunger

During the month of May, the Stamp Out Hunger campaign gives Americans the opportunity to donate and re-route food to the needy.

Food Systems Innovators from Around the World Compete for Food+City’s Challenge Prize

Food+City seeks innovative solutions to food systems issues through the annual Challenge Prize.

Why Bread Matters: An Interview with Andrew Whitley

Andrew Whitley shares his thoughts on the benefits of sourdough baking, a local grain economy, and reestablishing a Scottish flour and bread supply.

Helping Smallholder Farmers Build Stronger Businesses with Information and Communication Technology

Information and communication technology can offer new business opportunities for smallholder farmers.

Antibiotics In Food: Can Less Do More?

The Sackler Institute for Nutrition Sciences is taking a closer look at the effects of reducing the use of antibiotics in food production in the United States.