Global use of antibiotics on livestock could have a major impact on global health and antimicrobial resistance. This is what can be done to reduce the impact.
Research suggests that drinking moderate amounts of coffee is more likely to benefit our health than harm it.
By 2050, there will be two billion more mouths to feed.
The strange story of turkey tails speaks volumes about our globalized food system.
This cardiologist is betting that his lab-grown meat startup can solve the global food crisis.
This fruit has been genetically modified such that its flesh won't turn brown when exposed to air.
Several ancient, often forgotten foods are making their way to the dinner table in an effort to diversify the diet of a growing global population.
The town of Kamikatsu is located in the Tokushima prefecture in Japan, and is known for its successful commitment to zero waste living.
This company has developed plans for "plantscrapers," massive vertical greenhouses meant for growing large-scale organic farms in cities.
An 87-year-old scientist named Yuan Longping has successfully developed rice that can be grown using saltwater.
The engineering firm Arup is advocating that industry move to a circular economy, or "a continual feedback loop that aims to recycle as much as possible."
World hunger is at an all time high - here's how we can make a difference.
The World Food Programme has calculated the cost of food as a proportion of income in a special index called “Counting the Beans”, with devastating implications.
We already know much about the threat of climate change to staple crops such as wheat, maize and rice, but the impact on tea is just coming into focus.
A new study suggests that marine microalgae could be a sustainable solution to tackle global hunger.