Hunger

Ripping Out the Safety Net? How Soon-To-Expire COVID Relief Measures Will Affect College Hunger

When the COVID-19 public health emergency ends July 15, 2022, millions of U.S. college students will lose crucial food assistance programs like SNAP.

Food Banks Respond to Food Crisis as Russia’s War Against Ukraine Continues

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, food banks in Ukraine and across Europe providing food aid for Ukrainians.

Global Food Security During the War in Ukraine: Rising Prices and the Danger of Famine In Africa and Asia

The number of malnourished people may rise by more than 8 million in the coming year as a result of Russia’s war on Ukraine.

Rockefeller Foundation Commits $105M to New Good Food Strategy

The Strategy marks the Foundation’s largest commitment to nutrition in its 109-year history.

From Emergency to Resilience: Building a Better Food System for New York City

Food system advocates and policymakers called for changes that support farmers, address system inequities, and take a holistic approach to food systems.

Food Tank’s Spring 2022 Book List

Food Tank is rounding up 20 titles that celebrate ancestral farming practices, document the importance of marine ecosystems, introduce readers to new recipes, and more.

Chef Marc Murphy Helps Feed Ukrainian Refugees Fleeing Violence

Working with World Central Kitchen, Chef Marc Murphy is working to support Ukrainian refugees fleeing violence.

Russian Invasion into Ukraine Threatens World Food Security

Countries in the the Middle East and North Africa will feel the effects of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, as the war threatens farmers’ ability to plant their crops.

Andrew Zimmern: “I Don’t Understand How Any Politician Can Be Against Feeding Hungry Children”

At the Future of Food @ SXSW Andrew Zimmern discusses the future of the restaurant industry, the need for greater collaboration, and why the best metaphor for the food system is a Mobius strip.

Transformative change cannot be done alone, says filmmaker Raj Patel

“Collectively, we have to get with the idea that we’re living on the same planet as everybody else, and we can’t go around trashing it,” says Patel.