Food Tank

Looking for Food in All the Wrong Places

Farmers in Mozambique are finding creative ways to work together and overcome drought.

Andrew Youn On Ending Poverty in Our Lifetimes

Andrew Youn explains the three reasons why we can end poverty in our lifetimes.

U.S. to Send Peanuts to Haiti Despite Controversy From Aid Groups

The USDA\’92s decision to send surplus peanuts to Haiti is facing pushback from aid groups and farmers.

Dirt, Democracy, and Organic Farming: A Recipe to Feed the World

Friends of the Earth released a new report on how we can create a food system that feeds all people, now and into the future.

Harvard Law School Brings Food Recovery Entrepreneurs Together for National Conference

The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic will host a conference this month on reducing food waste.

The Green Bronx Machine Grows Organic Citizens

Stephen Ritz and the Green Bronx Machine work to build resilient communities through garden-based education.

Antibiotic Growth Promoters: A Double-edged Sword of Antibiotic Resistance and Virulence

Dr. Byeonghwa Jeon discusses foodborne pathogens and antibiotic resistance with Food Tank.

Philadelphia Passes Soda Tax

Philadelphia has become the first major United States city to pass a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages.

Diabetes Rates Are Rising in the Middle East

Rates of type-2 diabetes and other lifestyle diseases are on the rise in parts of the Middle East. Rapid changes in diet and lifestyle are major factors.

Interview with the Dervaes Family, Urban Homesteaders

The Dervaes family shares their thoughts about self-sufficiency and urban homesteading with Food Tank.