Local communities often play outsized and overlooked roles in global fisheries. For example, Senegal and Mexico are both home to small groups who supply fish to locations all around the w...
Developing countries like Namibia and Kiribati export more than 90% of their fish to Europe and China, while their citizens lack essential vitamins.
Aid agency Concern Worldwide has said that progress towards a 2030 zero hunger target was "under threat or is being reversed".
The world's children currently face the triple burden of undernutrition, hidden shortage of vital nutrients and obesity.
Here's our round-up of the latest stories from around the world about issues affecting food.
It is known for being the most efficient method of storing carbon dioxide, but algae is also used to make tennis shoes, metal alternatives and meat-free burgers. This is how it could help...
The Knepp Wildland Project is home to grazing animals that are helping to boost biodiversity while also providing sustainable, high-quality meat.
From heatwaves and droughts to cyclones and floods, devastating extreme weather events are frequent now, yet are just a taste of what's to come.
Nudging is an approach from behavioural psychology that aims to subtly change a person’s behaviour. But can it work for what we eat?
India's native rice species are disappearing – but this ecologist is working to reintroduce rare varieties and boost food security and biodiversity.
With at least 50% of current jobs capable of being automated, will more robots lessen or increase global warming? Car manufacture and agriculture can give us an insight.
Two start-ups have taken the concept of aquaculture, one of the world’s fastest-growing food sectors, a step further – with open-ocean fish farms designed to be sustainable.
Four “old-new” products - jackfruit, hemp, millet and dal - suggest a path to a resilient and sustainable food future that reaches deep into the past.
Farmers are trying everything to rid their land of this invasive prickly cactus, which destroys grass and makes animals sick. However, it can be used to make biogas, juice, wines and oils.
Mexico City-based social enterprise Sistema.bio makes affordable biodigesters that convert waste into cooking fuel and fertilizer - helping farmers reduce their environmental impact.