Food is meant to be our life source, but instead it is making us fat and unhealthy. We need a "real food" revolution.
1.4 million children are on the brink of starving to death and it’s a manmade problem
Food prices are rising again. In some countries, the effect will be disastrous.
Every day too many men and women in countries across the globe struggle to feed their children a simple, nutritious meal. Here are 5 things we need to do to change that.
Americans spend just 6% of their income on food. In some countries, that figure is as high as 56%.
Exploring the global impact of malnutrition.
It is not just a case of producing more food, but producing healthy food, and ensuring it reaches the people who need it most, says Corinna Hawkes.
We’ll still eat meat, but, perhaps more like our parents and grandparents, see it as a treat to savour every few days.
Gathering previously unavailable data could be an important step on the road to tackling global hunger.
African governments must not just focus on increasing their food production but on creating quality products that can compete globally.
The US Food and Drug administration surveyed hundreds of people on the health values of 52 different foods. Here's what they found.
Dutch men and Latvian women are now the tallest in the world.
NASA has launched a hub in Niger that will use space-based observations to boost crop production in a region hit hard by climate change.
14% of Americans rely on food stamps, but many live long distances from supermarkets. Could the internet provide a solution?
Ending hunger requires social protection and pro-poor investment, argue the authors.