With China’s appetite for meat growing rapidly over the past few decades, new technologies and the health and environmental impacts of meat consumption are drawing more people towards "mo...
Farmers like Catherine Puckett are pioneering the method of 3D farming, which utilizes vertical columns of water to grow pollution-free foods.
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Chefs Bela Gil, Anahita Dhondy and Rosette Fien are finding healthy and tasty solutions to one of the world's greatest health crises - poor nutrition.
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Swapping from rice to vegetables and fruit is helping farmers make the most of climate change's unpredictable rain
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Luckin Coffee's ambitious plans are just one of the many growing threats Starbucks faces in the Chinese market.
The Cavendish banana, once resistant to the deadly Panama disease which resulted in the downfall of the 'Gros Michel' banana, is now under threat.
The announcement comes after numerous studies have drawn a link between quality breakfasts and higher grades at school.
According to Kenya's meteorological department, Kenya is likely to suffer from worsening food shortages and water scarcity as the rainy season fails.
Scientists are increasingly interested in creating something valuable from pollution and have now demonstrated several ways that useful products can be created.
Relying on a narrow band of plants and animals for our food is limiting diversity and creating problems for the future.
Here we look at the latest research to address six common questions about beef and climate change.
With demand for meat outstripping production, what are the alternatives and how commercially viable are they?