From Farm to Kitchen: Solutions to Address the “Low Hanging Fruit” of Food Loss and Waste

Everyone has a role to play in addressing food loss and waste, say experts at the U.N. Climate Change Conference.

Talk of Consumption and Diets Largely Missing from Agricultural Conversations

“Consumption needs to be part of agricultural conversations,” says Eirini Pitsilidi of Compassion in World Farming.

On Eve of Election, Midwest Farmers Squeezed by Inflation Eye Corporate Concentration

Farmers have a keen sense of what’s driving up food prices, driving down farm incomes, and eroding rural communities: corporate concentration.

A New Proposal Would Restructure the Food and Drug Administration

U.S. policymakers introduced The Food Safety Administration Act of 2022, which aims to establish a separate agency to govern food safety.

Why Are Food System Folks Fighting Against More Humane Animal Conditions at the Supreme Court?

Promoting animal welfare is about a global shift away from unsustainable factory farming and inhumane practices.

We All Must Be Citizen Eaters: Notes from the Historic White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health gave the country with a to-do list. Now it’s time to follow through.

Massachusetts Guarantees Free School Meals for 2022-2023 School Year

Thanks to the extension, 400,000 students will continue to have access to free school meals.

When We Talk About College Campuses, We’re Forgetting Food Insecurity

Roughly one out of every three college or university students in the U.S. is food insecure.

A New Food Bill of Rights: Why Representation Matters

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.

Food-Focused SXSW Voting Guide 2023

Community voting helps ensure that the issues you care about make it to SXSW 2023.

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