Public Health

Wholesome Wave Receives US$3.77 Million Grant from USDA to Improve Affordable Food Access

Wholesome Wave announced they received a US$3.77 million, three-year grant to increase affordable access of fruits and vegetables in the United States.

Advocates Urge Dietary Guidelines that are Good for Public Health and the Environment

For the first time ever, sustainability has been included in the 2015 Expert Panel’s Scientific report.

Prescribing Good Food for Better Health

Dr. P.K. Newby is on a mission to encourage health and sustainability through nutrition.

Farmworkers Get the Recognition they Deserve

Farmworkers take center stage during Farmworker Awareness Week.

ActionAid Calls for Congress to Reform Biofuels Mandates

ActionAid is asking Congress to reform the biofuels mandates in the Renewable Fuels Standard and stop food-based biofuels consumption mandates.

The Key to Keeping America’s Kids Nourished, Focused, and Healthy

Feeding America is calling on Congress to strengthen the federal nutrition safety net and invest in child nutrition programs.

Speaking Up for Limiting and Labeling: Added Sugar in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Will the USDA and HHS implement these recommendations in the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines to be finalized later this year?

Why Schools Should Be on the Frontline in Combating Malnutrition

To celebrate International School Meals Day in March, schools from around the world share their school lunch.

Nuubia Artisan Chocolate Prioritizes Sustainable Sourcing

Artisan gourmet chocolate producer Nuubia San Francisco is committed to sustainability.

Why is Coca-Cola Deciding What Kids Eat at School?

In a short documentary by AJ+, a recently launched digital-only network from Al Jazeera based in San Francisco, the role of corporations and lobbyists is examin