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A distant relative of wheat, Kernza captures carbon, reduces farmers’ energy consumption and helps maintain healthy soil.
Relying on a narrow band of plants and animals for our food is limiting diversity and creating problems for the future.
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A government programme is providing training and funds to help farmers process and package local spices and herbs, boosting their incomes and protecting forests.
A change to non-dairy alternatives, mixed with low milk prices, has contributed a drop in sales value of $1.1 billion in the US last year.
With some serious financial power behind them, plant protein firms are expanding into China for the first time this year
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Rising temperatures, more migration and other climate-related risks could threaten food safety - but few countries are looking at the problem.