The impact of food transportation on the climate is a lot worse than was previously anticipated, with researchers urging consumers to buy and eat local.
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The research team will use the diversity of the selected case studies to attempt to solve one of humankind’s greatest challenges – how are we going to feed more people?
Why does dipping chopsticks in oil tell cooks the temperature of oil in a pan? A team of international researcher set out on a mission to find out.
Government workers have been given Fridays off as Sri Lanka battles crippling food and fuel prices, with hunger looming large over the South Asian island.
HOWTIAN’s VP of Market Strategy Tom Fuzer discusses the growing production of plant-based sweetener stevia to meet global demand and ensure safety during a disrupted supply chain.
A new study finds that wine is often used as a scapegoat in trade disputes, resulting in damaging consequences for consumers and produces alike.
Shawarma dishes, found to contain Shigella bacteria, have led to death, hospitalisations and arrests in the state of Kerala in India.
Researchers in Japan have invented a set of electrical chopsticks that recreate the taste of salt in a hope to lower those with a high sodium intake.
Following International Women's Day, GAIN asks why so many women around the world are malnourished and explores what can be done to turn the tide.
Many people around the world – specifically women and those in low-income homes –are being heavily polluted by cooking emissions in their kitchen, suggests new research.
John Rowley from NSF International highlights what changes to Chinese import regulations will mean for food exporters.
A new study has revealed that pet owners may unwittingly be feeding their animals with meat from endangered shark species, after DNA barcoding tests were conducted on several pet food brands in Singapore.