A new Canadian device allows users to go “beyond the label” and find out exactly what’s in their food.
New menu options and the MSC’s Fish & Kids project are promoting sustainable fishing.
A Tetra Pak survey on environmental behaviour in mature and emerging markets has helped to inform the company’s R&D efforts, says Libby Costin.
As growers look for protection from an unpredictable climate, has the time come to take food production indoors? Tess Riley reports.
Chicago-based farm in previously empty warehouse gets USDA seal of approval.
Bucky Box allows local food suppliers to automate subscription, delivery and billing.
Cottonseed is abundant and rich in protein, but a compound within the plant means it's toxic to humans unless refined into cooking oil. Will biotech research solve the conundrum? Roger East investigates.
Social enterprise creates first online platform that allows consumers to buy fish straight from producers.
UN report says insects could be farmed for human consumption, providing a rich source of protein.
Key players in the tea industry come together to deal with climate change issues, rival crops and changing patterns of consumption. Heather Connon reports.
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