Can We Ditch Intensive Farming - and Still Feed The World?
Why do we need to grow more food? Food production around the world must rise by half in the next 30 years to sustain a global population expected to top 10 billion by 2050.
Apeel and Nature's Pride Team Up to Take the Food Waste Fight to Europe
Apeel Sciences, a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer and one of TIME Magazine’s 50 Genius Companies, and Nature’s Pride, a European company dealing in avocados and mangoes with a focus on sustainability, have officially joined forces.
Organic Research Expands in Iowa
Rodale Institute, pioneer of the organic movement in America and site of North America’s longest-running trial comparing organic and conventional growing methods, will open the Midwest Organic Center at Etzel Sugar Grove Farm (part of the Indian Creek Nature Center) in Marion, near Cedar Rapids, Iowa this year.
Whole Foods' First Year Under Amazon Didn't Live Up To Expectations
Amazon's path to world domination hasn't moved as quickly through the territory of grocery stores as once expected.
Lawmakers Get Updated on Organic Industry Needs
More than 20 farmer-members from the Organic Trade Association’s Farmers Advisory Council are in Washington to familiarize members of Congress with the issues facing the organic industry.