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Yemen is facing the risk of large-scale famine. To lessen the damage, immediate support – mainly in agriculture and fishing – must be an integral part of the humanitarian response, says a UN expert.
Climate change wasn't always the political hot potato it is today.
These tips can help observers celebrate this important Jewish holiday while keeping in line with environmental values and while supporting a sustainable food system.
Mexico is by far the largest buyer of American corn, but concern over the renegotiation of NAFTA could prompt Mexico to reduce ties with US agriculture.
School lunches have improved drastically in recent years, but educators should consider planning units that include the school cafeteria. When children learn about Japan, why not serve edamame and chicken teriyaki?
Instead of cherry-picking through only the parts that are 'good,' consider choosing as much of the whole, intact produce, as can be found, as close to how it is found in nature as possible, writes a food advocate.
In Western Victoria, a local, family-run farm and an organization representing traditional landowners in the region, have collaborated to hand harvest a small amount of salt from Pink Lake.
A new report concludes that global food waste amounts to economic losses of $940 billion per year and gives recommendations for curbing it.
For the first time, bottled water surpassed sugary drinks as the largest beverage category in the United States.
The United States is on the cusp of the largest retirement of farmers in history. A new book is full of inspiration to all who produce or care about the food system.
Bowery, a New Jersey farm that's championing 'post organic,' grows plants indoors in vertical rows without pesticides.
Learning gardens give students the opportunity not only to learn firsthand where their food comes from, but also to learn skills in food production.
Germany's Lidl says it will open 120 high-quality, low-price stores on the US East Coast by the end of 2018.
Producers and farming organizations see the sale of cheap powdered milk from European Union stocks as 'food dumping' that is dangerous to markets at home and abroad.
The Sanctuary Restaurants Movement aims to offer safe and tolerant spaces to restaurant workers, employers, and consumers that face hate and harassment.
A team of scientists have mapped the genome of quinoa, and they say they have found a gene whose manipulation may be able to expand production of the so-called superfood.
Its population and range have declined by 87 percent. Now, there's a 90 percent probability of extinction for the bee if no action is taken to save it.
Recent years have seen a proliferation of technology solutions geared towards addressing smallholder farmer challenges, from production to financial services to market access.
This veggie burger, engineered to attract even the most devout carnivores, is spreading to more restaurants this year, on its way to retail-store shelves in the future.
Sustainable soup kitchen Refettorio Ambrosiano feeds the hungriest on the excess from the city’s supermarkets.
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