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Rising prices: why the global drive to keep food cheap is...

Corinna Hawkes, City, University of London As prices rise, everywhere, for pretty much everything, the prospect of the human...

Changes are coming to school meals nationwide – an expert in...

Marlene B. Schwartz, University of Connecticut For the two years during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. public schools have been...

A shrinking fraction of the world’s major crops goes to feed...

Deepak Ray, University of Minnesota CC BY-ND Rising competition for many of the world’s important...

Universal access to free meals at schools can lead to lower...

Michelle Marcus, Vanderbilt University and Katherine G. Yewell, University of Louisville The Research Brief is a short take about...

What did billions in aid to Afghanistan accomplish? 5 questions answered

Mohammad Qadam Shah, Seattle Pacific University The government of Afghanistan and that country’s economy relied heavily on foreign aid...

Farmers markets are growing their role as essential sources of healthy...

Edna Ledesma, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Alfonso Morales, University of Wisconsin-Madison For many Americans, buying fresh local food at...

Free school meals for all children can improve kids’ health

Matthew J. Landry, Stanford University Recognizing that millions of U.S. children are at risk of hunger, Maine and California...

The 2021 World Food Prize recognizes that fish are key for...

Ben Belton, Michigan State University Fish and other aquatic foods are integral to diets for more than 1 billion...

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