The Social Gastronomy Movement is leveraging the power of food to address social inequality, improve nutrition education, eliminate food waste and create local jobs.
The Himalayan state of Sikkim was declared fully organic in 2016 and has won the top prize in a UN-backed award.
Researchers have taught an artificial intelligence system to look at photos of food, analyse the ingredients and suggest similar recipes.
Iron Ox is using a robot called Angus to tend to the plants of a farm using machine learning.
A new rule means that, in Austin, Texas, restaurants must compost food waste or give it to others.
The free app, which was created by the Food and Agriculture Organization, can provide farmers with crucial information regarding livestock, weather and nutrition.
Of a huge possible number of edible plant species, we only grow around 170 on a commercially significant scale. Diversifying and expanding this list is vital.
Admired the world over for the quality of their cooking and a culture that places huge significance on the role of food in people’s lives, the eating habits of people in France are changi...
The FAO is helping families to set up kitchen gardens to teach refugees how to farm.
Across Kenya, interest in crickets as a source of protein is growing.
New research from the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate finds that bold climate action could add around $26 trillion to the global economy by 2030.
"Smallholders represent both the best custodians of our food basket and the largest number of targeted consumers under the SDGs."
In the future, consumers will be able to scan a barcode to find out where their product was made and where the ingredients were sourced, thanks to drones.
Figures from the United Nations Food Programme show that more than 39 million people starved as a result of droughts last year.
Fish farming now accounts for half of the global seafood supply. How can we protect the environment as the industry goes from strength to strength?