In 2010, the world produced 20% more food than was needed to feed everyone. So why are 800 million people still hungry?
Cacao plants are slated to disappear by as early as 2050 thanks to warmer temperatures and dryer weather conditions.
As global demand booms, a tax on meat may be a way of discouraging overconsumption.
A recent EU report highlighted, we should be looking at how we can harvest more smaller fish and shellfish, but also species that aren’t as widely eaten such as seaweed and other algae.
The demand for meat is expected to grow faster in India as cultures begin to change.
The Chamber of Mines, in central Johannesburg, has become the site of green entrepreneurship - rooftop farming.
A war on waste food in France, where supermarkets are banned from throwing away unsold food and restaurants must provide doggy bags when asked, has helped it secure the top spot in a rank...
The startup Finless Foods is developing the technology to grow bluefin tuna in a lab.
An app called OLIO allows users to take photos of their leftovers to share with the community.
Action is urgently needed to cut the risk of severe disruption at key ports and transport routes, which could have devastating knock-on effects for global food security
Jakarta food and beverages retailer Ong Tek Tjan sells ice cream in cups his customers can eat afterwards, instead of throwing them away.
Global use of antibiotics on livestock could have a major impact on global health and antimicrobial resistance. This is what can be done to reduce the impact.
Plenty is an indoor farming company hoping to solve the world’s fresh produce shortage by building a massive indoor vertical farm next to every major city worldwide.
Zimbabwe's economy collapsed under Mugabe - what are the key obstacles to overcome now he's gone?
By 2050, there will be two billion more mouths to feed.