Companies in the US ad UK have found ways to recycle grains wasted to make bread and beer.
The FDA is warning people in flood zones to stay away from produce touched by flood waters as damage estimates in Florida take shape.
Texas farmers are still tallying damage from hurricane Harvey as Irma bears down on Florida and the Caribbean.
Surveys showed that a majority of UK farmers voted to drop European Union membership in 2016, but with changes looming, many are now having second thoughts.
A grocery coop in Switzerland has unleashed new burgers and balls packed with protein from mealworms.
Biotech company AquaBounty has sold its first shipments of a controversial genetically modified salmon in Canada after 25 years in regulatory limbo.
Researchers in Finland are using electricity to generate food from microbes and other components, a process meant to help fight world hunger.
Takeout packaging and throwaway plastic utensils are piling up across the globe as conservation groups fight a mounting tide of plastics pollution.
Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods in June rocked the grocery industry and inspired a flood of speculation from analysts.
New research indicates that the suicide rate for farmers has continued to climb higher since the 1980s compared to workers in other industries.
Several efforts are underway to turn food byproducts into food containers to curb plastic pollution and food waste at the same time.
Amid labor shortages and rising global demand for food, companies are developing better and smarter robots to fill gaps and boost production in the field.
Several municipalities across the US are looking into benefits and side effects of soda taxes that have recently passed or are now going into effect.
Advocates in India are asking the country’s supreme court to increase pay for farmers to curb high rates of suicide amid rampant debt and crop failures.
A group of advocates is calling for the WHO to take stronger action and issue stronger warnings against industrial animal farming.
Record high temperatures and rainfall last year caused unusually large leaks in a global backup system meant to protect against climate change.
As the ranks of backyard chicken enthusiasts grows across North America, municipalities are wrestling with ways to keep it safe and legal.
Former President Barack Obama called for big changes in agriculture and food policy to help curb climate change during a sustainability summit in Milan, Italy.
The FDA has put off a rule requiring calorie counts on menus at big food chains until May next year.
With solar companies offering top dollar to rent farmland, ag officials are concerned converted farmland could be permanently lost.