The Biden-Harris Administration has unveiled a draft of the National Strategy to reduce US food loss and waste.
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The University of Illinois has received a grant from the USDA to identify which microbes maximise the benefits of broccoli and other brassica vegetables.
The Kellogg Company has donated $35,000 to support Freestore Foodbank and has partnered with Kroger to tackle food insecurity in the US.
The University of Minnesota will be using a $20 million grant to build a new AI Institute that will be used to research climate-smart agriculture and forestry.
According to a recent survey, US consumers have cited eating more fruits and vegetables and less sugar as highly ranking potential changes to eating behaviours relating to New Year’s resolutions. The January Consumer Food Insights Report was put together by Purdue University’s Center for Food Demand Analysis and Sustainability with…
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There are many that both want and believe that urban agriculture can provide for the nutritional needs of cities – but one research team has investigated whether that is really the case.
New research suggests female-owned farms are more likely to be found in areas closer to urban centres, with the average size being less than 50 acres.
Bee expert, Dr Peter Awram, outlines the benefits of magnetic resonance testing in the fight against honey fraud.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, Kelly Jackson from the Nationwide Food Law Group explains that federal food assistance programmes are receiving judicial protection from administration cuts.
The federal agency plan follows public hearings held in August 2020 where more than 60 witnesses testified, in addition to over 300 written submissions.
The study author suggested that current food safety approaches to poultry processing and distribution need to be reviewed and consider more risk elements than the current two-pillared approach in the US.