African rice production could be increased hugely without largescale land conversion, a new study claims, easing food insecurity.
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Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s is investing in living wages for banana workers in Cameroon, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Ghana.
Food to Go returns with more analysis of COP28 and its true impact on the food and beverage industry.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has claimed there are “major opportunities” for Africa’s rice sector to increase its yield gains through improved agronomic practices.
Nestlé introduces Europe's first KitKat crafted from cocoa grown by farmer families from its Income Accelerator programme.
Michael Victor reveals the ways in which COP28 prioritised food and agriculture, highlighting crucial links between climate change, farming, and the need for nuanced solutions.
Dr Johnny Drain bites into the bittersweet truth about chocolate, noting ethics, sustainability, and a cocoa-free future to address challenges.
Exploring cocoa supply chain sustainability, Simone Kleinau from Nestlé Deutschland took to the stage at Food Ingredients Europe to share how the company’s Income Accelerator Programme supports cocoa farmers and their families.
James Cleverly, the UK’s Foreign Secretary, has pledged to support Nigeria's agricultural sector in making it more resilient to climate change.
Using genomic surveillance, scientists have unearthed a pandemic clonal lineage of the wheat blast fungus and say that it "could contribute to total crop failure".
With ethical ingredient sourcing at the forefront of Tony Chocolonely's mind, Nicola Matthews explains the brand's mission to make 100 percent slave-free the norm in chocolate.