Somalia's famine has boosted demand for the malnutrition treatment Plumpy'nut. But a patent curtails production – and has sparked intense debate over balancing business interests with humanitarian need.
For much of the world, eating insects — officially called entomophagy — is neither strange nor disgusting nor exotic.
A business class in California helps a US entrepreneur bring peanut paste to Haiti's hungry kids.
Aid workers must now choose who's the most malnourished, and experts say the crisis could become as bad as the infamous 1984 famine.