Our global food system is unsustainable, and under increasing pressure from a growing population. We have the tools and knowhow to build a more inclusive, sustainable, efficient and nutri...
A UN agreement, market action and Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies together offer a new opportunity to crack the problem of illegal fishing.
A new report recommends cutting back on red meat consumption and opting for flexitarianism in order to create healthier people and a healthier world.
Food packaging is vital for extending shelf lives and reducing food waste - but it is adding to our plastic crisis. Could new, biodegradeable plant-based materials have the answer?
China's Chang'e 4 lunar lander touched down on the far side of the moon on January 3, which also carried a biosphere experiment that contains five sets of plants and some insects.
Masdar City's stackable steel allotments allow communities to grow their own produce, despite drought and desert heat.
The future of farming is set to look very different - including even a potentially where we grow our crops without the need for soil.
"Japanese cuisine and statistics are two of my passions. And while I rarely indulge both at once, there’s a common thread: there are, in both, any number of ways to slice and dice things....
The global population is set to swell to 10 billion by 2050 - and that means producing a lot more protein. Collaboration on a grand scale, harnessed to new technology, could be the answer.
Food allergies are on the rise, but what's behind it?
Singapore imports the majority of its food, leaving it particularly vulnerable to disruptions in supply. Here's how the country is protecting itself.
Poor, underserved communities are a potential profitable market for business and innovation, not just cases for philanthropy
Seeds of hybrid crops typically lose their desirable traits, meaning new seeds need to be bought every year at high prices. But this new plant could be a game-changer.
A naturally occurring 'glitch' in certain crops has been suppressing growth and yield, but scientists believe they have found a way to bypass it.
Cattle-rearing is renowned for greenhouse gas emissions – but researchers are now seeing the impact of beef consumption on health outcomes. Is it time to switch to beans?