Research shows that 60 percent of millennials and members of Gen Z are willing to make modestly different food choices if it supports planetary health.
As demand for locally raised and certified organic meat booms, small farmers are struggling with the scarcity of slaughter facilities.
Gabriella D’Cruz is a young marine conservationist whose project, The Good Ocean, won the BBC Global Youth Champion Award in 2021.
Agricultural inputs, ranging from seeds to fertilizers, are critical to food production. Their rising prices are worrying for three primary reasons.
Organizations must consider actionable, easy to use solutions that they can introduce in their own kitchens to reduce food waste.
Ukrainian farmers report that inputs ranging from seeds and labor to veterinary medications and livestock feed are in short supply.
Unless action is taken to enable food exports from Ukraine, economist Vitalii Dankevych predicts that the world will see a humanitarian crisis.
On August 24, 2022, Food Tank’s Tour will stop in Chicago, Illinois for a summit on Technology and the Future of Our Food Systems hosted by the University of Illinois Chicago.
The Biden-Harris Administration will invest US$1 billion in order to create a fairer, more competitive, and more resilient meat and poultry supply chain.
During this virtual panel, Food Tank’s President Danielle Nierenberg will moderate a discussion with the founders and sponsors of Do Good Foods, a new company aiming to tackle food waste by diverting grocery store food waste to high-quality animal feed. Panelists will include founders Justin and Matt Kamine, chefs Sam Kass and Tom Colicchio, and former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman.