Nearly 900 million people go to bed hungry, and we need the 500 million family farmers around the globe to help. Family farms are more important than ever.
The world will celebrate World Food Day on October 16. Got creative kids? Encourage them to enter this year’s Healthy Food Systems poster design contest!
Apparently, the U.N. thinks we should eat bugs. Their recent report explains their perspective. Culinarily curious? Read on, and let us know if you’re in.
Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) just released its first report on the nutrition-related policies and practices of 25 of the largest global food companies.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and their partners just launched a new campaign to help the world get out of its immense food waste predicament. Think, Eat, Save.
Global gender equality in agriculture looks bleak. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) highlights that 1.1 billion women worldwide lack the same access to land, seeds, water, and agricultural training, tools, and technologies as men. How can you help?
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) proclaimed today that we need to switch from the intensive farming practices of the past half-century to more sustainable agricultural practices if we want to feed the world in 2050.
These days, living in a global village of sorts, we can easily take for granted the wide variety of foods we have access to and relatively low food prices. However, as the United States Agricultural & Food Law and Policy Blog (USAFLPB) notes, global food supply may be approaching its limit, we are currently seeing considerable price increases, and we could see much more in the future.