The U.S. Congress is currently writing a new version of the Farm Bill, a massive piece of legislation that will determine the future of food and agriculture for the next four years. Senator Pat Roberts, the Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, could use his position to undermine the power o
The Smart Food TV Show was launched in Nairobi, Kenya, challenging contestants to make delicious and creative dishes from millets, sorghum, and grain legumes.
President of The Beecher’s Foundation in Washington State, Sara Morris discusses the power of consumer demand in changing the nutrition and food landscapes.
The MSU Food and Health Lab questions the nutritional quality and sustainability of the proposed America’s Harvest Box
Check out Anne-Teresa Birthwright, a female in the food industry who is working towards addressing farmers’ concerns in one of Jamaica’s primary agricultural areas – the coffee industry.
The Beecher’s Foundation is launching a ten-year consumer education campaign to reimagine the food system of the Puget Sound, the metropolitan region surrounding Seattle that is home to nearly four million people. Called the Sound Food Uprising, the campaign plans to teach one million eaters to chal
Belgium has adopted a new inverted nutritional triangle model that focuses on the impact of food on health and prioritizes plant-based food products over processed meat and high-calorie diet. The model was developed by Flemish Institute for Healthy Living.
Tucker of Kiss the Ground shares the importance of soil carbon sequestration and soil health for the wellbeing of humanity and the environment.
Nick Jacobs, a specialist in agri-food, trade, and development policies, discusses IPES-Food’s recent report, entitled Unravelling the Food-Health Nexus, and how to change the global food system.
Forests represent far more than natural resources and goods: they are part of human culture, identity, knowledge, and history, and for those who live in and near to them, they are central to their lives.