The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposing to make healthy label claims more aligned with updated nutrition advice.
In Ethiopia local resources offer a holistic solution to address nutrient deficiencies in children.
The climate crisis exacerbates hunger and malnutrition by threatening the nutritional quality of crops as well as crop productivity.
A recent report reveals there has been limited improvement in global diets over the last three decades.
Researchers released a public database of 50,000 foods, helping consumers identify ultra processed foods in their diets.
“Consumption needs to be part of agricultural conversations,” says Eirini Pitsilidi of Compassion in World Farming.
During this session at COP27, nutrient density took center stage, with speakers highlighting solutions to increase access to healthy foods.
Heading into COP27, it’s important to remember that the severity of climate change consequences is critically dependent on progress to reduce emissions and to adapt.
Beans hold great potential as the future grows increasingly unpredictable. Why aren’t we eating more of them?
WANDA’s Founder argues that representation is critical to building an intersectional food policy framework and a new food bill of rights that is equitable, resilient and sustainable.