Twenty female food activists from around the world aim to improve the global food system on International Women’s Day 2020.
Food Tank and ASU’s summit in Arizona brought together innovators from Native communities who advocated for a better understanding of Indigenous foodways.
A new agriculture fund is supporting Tribal nations and communities in their efforts to revitalize ancient food systems throughout the United States.
Indigikitchen is providing a platform to help disseminate Indigenous food recipes and help eaters recognize their impact on the planet.
Kathleen Merrigan, Executive Director of the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, talks about learning from indigenous wisdom in the food system.
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Food Tank invites you to get involved this year, and we have so many ways to do it — from events around the country to musicals about climate change to freelance writing about the food system. Join us!
Food Tank’s largest Summit ever has an all-star speaker list featuring Sam Kass, Haile Thomas, Mark Bittman, Jim Perdue, Tom Colicchio, and more.
Food Tank is a media partner with The New York Times for the upcoming Food Festival, which will be held October 5th–6th in NYC.
One non-profit organization, Access to Nutrition Foundation (ATNF), is partnering with socially-conscious investors to tackle malnutrition and obesity by evaluating and bringing transparency to the nutritional contributions of companies such as Coca-Cola, ConAgra, Mars, Mondelez, Nestlé, and Unilever.