The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposing to make healthy label claims more aligned with updated nutrition advice.
Bringing Regenerative Agriculture Back to Indigenous Communities
By offering support and knowledge to Indigenous communities, the organization K’allam’p is working to inspire resilient food systems while strengthening the sovereignty of the Andean people of Ecuador. K’allam’p (pronounced ka-jahm-pah) aims to promote regenerative, holistic land management as well…
Why Cover Crops Are the Solution to Rapid Soil Degradation
About a third of arable land is now moderately to severely degraded, but cover crops offer a potential solution.
Three Years into the United Nations Decade of Family Farming: Lessons and Opportunities
The Decade of Family Farming was established to empower family farmers and rural communities while promoting food system reform. What has it accomplished so far?
New Report Calls for Advancing Equity in Agriculture for the 2023 Farm Bill
With the upcoming Farm Bill, policymakers have the opportunity to support historically underrepresented farmers and ranchers.
Tufts Researchers Reveal Important Dietary Trends Across 185 Countries
A recent report reveals there has been limited improvement in global diets over the last three decades.
Rockefeller Foundation Announces Farmer-Led, Regenerative Agriculture Grants
The grants will go toward promoting Indigenous and regenerative agriculture.
Current Laws Fail to Protect Farm Workers from Pesticides
A recent report shows that farm workers are at risk of exposure to harmful pesticides due to failed enforcement of federal and state laws.
20 Books on Food and Agriculture to Read this Fall
Food Tank has compiled 20 new books to add to your reading list.