Beekeeping farmers in Viet Nam are earning more and tackling climate change by helping to regrow coastal mangrove forests in a UNDP-backed project.
Adding a gene encoding to both rice and potato plants increased their yield by 50% in field tests, with the plants growing significantly larger with longer roots.
Average global food prices are now decreasing, even though they're still 25% more expensive than the 2014 - 2016 average.
From complex labels to opaque sourcing and unclear carbon impact, consumers find it hard to know if their food choices are environmentally sustainable.
The cost of food and the expense to human health and the environment has been released by the Rockefeller Foundation - the figure sits around $3.2 trillion.
Even before COVID-19, 3 billion people could not afford the cheapest options for a healthy diet, making it impossible to avoid malnutrition or diseases like diabetes.
A UN report shows that those who are hungry grew by 118 million people from 2019 meaning that 10% of the world's population were undernourished in 2020.
Tech developed for astronauts in the 1960s is helping an American company transform CO2 into food and bio-based products to help combat climate change.
Millions of people around the world are still going hungry because of poor food security. On Mandela Day, this is what we can do to improve global nutrition.
A study has shown how our brains process taste information before factoring in health information, influencing our decision to make healthy food choices.
The materials needed to create the seed coating are already available in the food industry, but more research is needed before this becomes widespread.
Underwater farming could prove a more sustainable alternative to traditional agriculture by growing crops such as strawberries and herbs under the sea.
Coffee drinkers were found to be less likely to develop fatty liver disease, liver cancer or die from chronic liver disease, with three to four cups being optimal.
A United Nations report shows that the number of undernourished people rose to around 768 million last year, equivalent to 10% of the world's population.
From more sustainable production methods to providing a healthy food source, insects could help feed a growing global population in a climate-friendly way