On Tuesday, May 22, more than 450 leaders from academia, the food industry, government, NGOs and philanthropy will convene at the University of Guelph for the inaugural Arrell Food Summit.
Food guru Adelle Davis was celebrated by the hippie generation during times of plenty, but her ideas about nutrition were formed at a time when people weren’t getting enough to eat
A decades-long family cohort study is exploring how our eating habits are formed — and how we can change them for the better
With food banks increasingly welcoming donations of fresh food, the challenge is getting donors to change their mindsets. The creators of an app to do just that never imagined how much their idea would take off
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World Food Programme
A new survey by the Ontario Veterinary College has found high anxiety levels among Canadian farmers. Researchers hope the findings can be used to develop programs to help agricultural producers better manage stress, anxiety and depression
Big data is changing everything in our lives, from how we run our homes and communities to how we operate our businesses and economies. It was just a matter of time before big data would transform how we grow our food and manage our farms and crops.
By using molecular DNA probes, government agencies can improve their ability to guard against food fraud, disease and pests, while speeding up international trade