The Harvesting Nutrition Contest calls on applicants with projects that bridge the gaps between agriculture, food security, and nutrition.
The Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN) YES! contest finalists offer creative solutions to reduce environmental impact and achieve global food security.
Ideas for a sustainable food future will be shared at an international food and nutrition forum this November.
Andrew Shakman thinks data is the key to prevent food waste, provide environmental benefits, and save institutions money.
An estimated 133 billion pounds of food produced in the U.S. in 2010 never made it into people’s stomachs.
The George Washington University’s Planet Forward Project hosted Feeding the Planet Summit, bringing together experts to discuss feeding a growing population.
Volunteer organization, Gather Baltimore, collects unsold produce and bread from farmer’s markets, local farms, and produce distributors to sell and distribute.
King County, Washington is tackling household food waste through a new initiative and partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency.