Tamar Haspel’s To Boldly Grow details the author’s journey moving to Cape Cod and committing to eat at least one food that she produced every day.
The climate crisis, colonization, and prioritizing yield above all else has resulted in the loss of the world’s biodiversity.
Recently released Ten Year Plan details the importance of having a long-term plan for restauranteurs to handle short-term crises.
Author Frances Moore Lappe reflects on how the food system has changed changed since her revolutionary book was first published in 1971.
Food Tank is highlighting 20 books about culinary traditions, food policy, biodiversity, and more to read this Fall.
Food Tank’s book list centers Asian and Pacific Islander voices and showcases books on AAPI food and culture.
Just in time for summer, Food Tank is highlighting 25 books that celebrate local ingredients, explore the intersection of food and technology, and inspire eaters to take action.
A new book, the True Cost Accounting for Food: Balancing the Scale, provides a new way to understand the social, human, economic and environmental costs of the food system.
Marion Nestle’s new book Let’s Ask Marion: What You Need to Know about the Politics of Food, Nutrition, and Health examines a wide range of issues from school lunches, cultured meat, superfoods, and self-medicating with dietary supplements.