#Food

  • Article: Scanning Eyes and Fingerprints: Food Aid in Yemen Blocked by Privacy Concerns

    Scanning Eyes and Fingerprints: Food Aid in Yemen Blocked by Privacy Concerns

    By Joe McCarthy|June 26, 2019

    An estimated 850,000 people could be denied food aid in Sanaa. Read more

  • Article: This Food Truck Makes Sure Kids Eat for Free All Summer

    This Food Truck Makes Sure Kids Eat for Free All Summer

    By Joe McCarthy|June 25, 2019

    “It’s the right thing to do.” Read more

  • Article: Most 'Meat Products' Will Be Meatless by 2040: Report

    Most 'Meat Products' Will Be Meatless by 2040: Report

    By Sushmita Roy|June 12, 2019

    “The large-scale livestock industry is viewed by many as an unnecessary evil.” Read more

  • Feature: Striking Photos Show What Kids Eat Around the World

    Striking Photos Show What Kids Eat Around the World

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Olivia Kestin|June 10, 2019

    “Globalization has had a huge impact on our diets.” Read more

  • Article: Britain Defends Its Plastics Policy as Malaysia Returns 3,000 Tonnes of 'Contaminated' Recycling

    Britain Defends Its Plastics Policy as Malaysia Returns 3,000 Tonnes of 'Contaminated' Recycling

    By James Hitchings-Hales|May 29, 2019

    Malaysia doesn’t want to be a “dumping ground” for other countries’ rubbish. Read more

  • Article: Australian Supermarket Giant Coles Will Now Sell ‘Ugly’ Fruit at a Discount

    Australian Supermarket Giant Coles Will Now Sell ‘Ugly’ Fruit at a Discount

    By Madeleine Keck|May 24, 2019

    The produce is entirely edible — just a little wonky. Read more

  • Article: The UK Saved Enough Food in 2018 for 133 Million Meals – as Efforts to Tackle Food Waste Ramp Up

    The UK Saved Enough Food in 2018 for 133 Million Meals – as Efforts to Tackle Food Waste Ramp Up

    By Helen Lock|May 15, 2019

    More funding is now available to help organisations redistribute food. Read more

  • Article: Zimbabwe Farmers Are Growing Vegetables to Fight Drought

    Zimbabwe Farmers Are Growing Vegetables to Fight Drought

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|May 14, 2019

    Vegetables and a new irrigation method may be an alternative to failed maize crops. Read more