The latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change focused on the role of land use decisions and makes clear that the food system is a significant driver of climate change, but that it can also be a vital part of the solution.
Here is why it is about to explode, but not in a good way, according to Phil Lempert from Supermarket Guru.
About 20% of fruits and vegetables grown in the United States do not fit the cosmetic standards for retail, according to Imperfect Produce.
The record-breaking temperatures, violent weather, crop failures, and massive waves of forced migration seem to have woken up the skeptics of climate change, says Phil Lempert from Supermarket Guru.
A new study published in The Lancet Planetary Health reported that, if everyone around the globe began to eat the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables, there would not be enough to go around.
Marshall Shepherd’s column on Forbes.com details the reasons in a very understandable and impactful way.
What they found wasn’t that surprising – that is, if you are watching consumer trends and how people are changing their diets.
Civil Eats recently published a column exploring the results of food and health-focused efforts over the past decade.
Inside Science reports that physicists have devised a preparation method that transforms gelatinous jellyfish into crisp chips.
Broccoli consumption may play a role in managing schizophrenia, according to researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine.