From Singapore to the USA and all around Europe, Edible Innovations profiles food makers that engage in improving the global food system at every stage, from production to distribution to eating and shopping.
After delivering over 3.7 million meals in Puerto Rico following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017, the Nobel Prize-nominated chef, José Andrés and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen are
A Trump administration proposal to cut Agriculture Department funding by 15% drew consternation from growers and ranchers who are struggling through a multiyear slump in the U.S. farm economy. The White
Espresso coffee roasters Café Bustelo’s bright yellow can is pretty unmistakeable, and the same thing can be said for the brand’s coffee shop that’s popping up in Montrose next week. Café Bustelo will
One of the largest food companies in the U.S. is calling for farming practices that keep carbon trapped in the earth and create healthy, rich soil. In 2014, the United Nations issued a warning to farmers:
“If one were offered dinner for two at any price, to be eaten in any restaurant anywhere in the world, what would the choice be? And in these days of ever‐higher prices, what would the cost be?” the critic
It’s estimated that 100 percent of citrus trees over three-years-old in the state of Florida have an incurable, deadly disease. They will wither and die within the next few years. California’s orchards
Agriculture is the most exciting and essential sector in which to pursue a meaningful career. David Yocom and I both see huge potential for positive social impact through agtech, and we’re surprised that
Loop will send you name-brand products, like Tide detergent, Crest mouthwash, or Häagen Dazs ice cream. When you’re done, you ship the empty container back, where it gets cleaned and reused for the next
Cups, plates and utensils are clogging up landfills due to poor labeling and a lack of commercial facilities Compostable bags, cups and cutlery are becoming more popular amid the mounting backlash against
An ambitious young activist is using the local food movement to help break the cycle of incarceration. Max Blau is a writer in Atlanta. ATLANTA—On a 4-acre farm a few miles south of the Fulton County Abiodun
Corn lurks in so many surprising places, from table salt to apples to IV bags. When Christine Robinson was first diagnosed with a corn allergy 17 years ago, she remembers thinking, “No more popcorn, no
(CNN) — An international team of scientists has developed a diet it says can improve health while ensuring sustainable food production to reduce further damage to the planet. The "planetary health diet"
Its rover sprouted cotton as part of an experiment. The greenery you see in the soil above might not look like much, but it represents a big step in space exploration. Cotton seeds brought to the Moon
Q. What foods are banned in Europe that are not banned in the United States, and what are the implications of eating those foods? A. The European Union prohibits or severely restricts many food additives