When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the future of the Cannard Family Farm—whose organic vegetables supplied a single Berkeley restaurant—was looking stark.
These 19 organizations and individuals represent a small portion of the efforts underway to fight racism and inequality and to build stronger Black communities and food systems, and I hope you’ll join me in supporting them.
Most Americans Are Willing To Incorporate More Plant-based Foods Into Their Meals. What’s Preventing Them?
If raising livestock for the production of meat and dairy is such a big problem, why don’t we simply switch to plant-based diets? This idea is much easier said than done.
While COVID-19 is exposing fundamental flaws in the global food and agriculture system, it is creating the opportunity to reimagine honoring farmers and food workers and producing healthy, nutritious food.
At one time or another, just about every parent uses food to reward their kids for good behavior and achievements – or to console them when they’re sad or disappointed.
Try not to panic now but if you are older than or fast approaching 50, you are losing muscle daily. This may be because you are consuming insufficient protein.
Brain and gut health are both necessary for us to feel happy and positive with an overall feeling of wellness.
Too many toxins are finding their way into food for young children, a new report says.
As The Planet Warms, Unusual Crops Could Become Climate Saviors — But Only If We’re Willing To Eat Them
What role can lesser-known crops that thrive under adversity play in efforts to make our global food supply more resilient to climate change?
Food Tank has compiled a list of 14 African-American female entrepreneurs who have incorporated sustainable food production practices into their business motto.
Foodborne disease outbreaks are becoming increasingly common, thanks to conventional agricultural and confined animal feeding operation (CAFO) practices.
The Charlie Cart Project is an all-in-one, hands-on learning program using a kitchen on wheels to teach both children and adults how to make healthy food choices.
While Thanksgiving gets the most attention, Friendsgiving is a wonderful way to connect with your chosen family too. Unfortunately, big feasts like this often result in a lot of food going to waste. Here are my top 10 tips for a more sustainable celebration…
As our climate continues to change, farmers and gardeners will need access to new and different plants than they had planted in previous years.
When you buy certified organic processed meats (bacon, ham, salami, hot dogs, etc.) with the words “uncured” and “no nitrates” on the package, you assume you’re avoiding cancer-causing substances, right?
With growing awareness of how food waste affects the environment, many conscious eaters are looking for ways to reduce their impact.