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President Obama is hoping to fight poverty, in five so-called "promise zones." The government is targeting those areas for economic revitalization. Host Michel Martin and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom
High-quality food and a diverse diet must go hand-in-hand. There's the added irony that many of the world's poor, who rely on agriculture for their livelihoods have diets that lack nutritional diversity.
The world today faces a complex challenge – improving nutrition for all. Contrary to how malnutrition is often portrayed in western media, it is not a separate problem for the poor (undernutrition) and
All it took was a little butter and sunflower oil and, in less than 10 minutes, the world's most expensive burger, grown from muscle stem cells in a lab, was ready to eat. "I was expecting the texture
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Can't we just leave our fruit alone? Last year, apple farmers were soaking their fruit in grape flavor to make them more attractive to kids. Now, plant breeders in California have created a grape that
The genetically engineered rice has had a long journey to from lab to bowl. Nearly 15 years after its invention, farmers in the Philippines could start growing golden rice within a year, the BBC reports.
The first lab-grown hamburger was served this week. Is this the future of meat? Would you eat beef grown in a petri dish? It may sound unappetizing, but when tasters bit into the world's first lab-grown