A coffee shop in Brunswick is one of the latest foodservice establishments to form a union in Maine.
Ukrainian ‘Grain Corridor’ as an Indicator of Global Food Security
The agreement that has allowed for the safe export of grain from Ukraine makes food more accessible to those who are one step away from a humanitarian disaster.
USDA Seeks Responses to its 2022 Census of Agriculture
By completing the survey, the country’s food producers have an opportunity to help shape the future of the U.S. agriculture system.
Expanding Halal Options to Meet Student Needs
Community initiatives advocate for more halal options in K-12 schools to meet student needs and address food insecurity.
SDG2 Advocacy Hub Launches Two Anti-Hunger Campaigns at COP27
Advocates say that urgent reform is needed to address the global hunger and climate crises. Two campaigns launched at COP27 outline important interventions.
Inspired Curriculum Garners Accolades with Positive Ground-Up Impact on Health & Wellness
The Green Bronx Machine Classroom Curriculum is expanding, reaching 15,000 more students and equipping schools with training, tower gardens, cooking supplies, and more.
New ‘Hunger Hotspots’ Report Identifies Drivers of Global Food Insecurity
Acute food insecurity is likely to deteriorate in 20 countries, requiring urgent humanitarian action.
Near Country Provisions Brings Sustainable Meats to DMV Doorsteps
Near Country Provisions sources its products from local farmer and fisher partners who are committed to high standards of clean, humane, and regenerative production.
Nutrition Summit Pledges US$27 Billion To Tackle Global Malnutrition
The Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 aims to tackle global malnutrition in all its forms with commitments from participating countries and stakeholders.