What Is the Most Popular Ethnic Food in the US?
For years, the United States has been called a melting pot – a place where different individuals or groups of people are mixed together. And the country’s food preferences show that.
Healthier Eating Reported During Coronavirus
People in some countries have reported making healthier eating choices during the coronavirus crisis.
US School Meals Are Healthier, Is That about to Change?
Meals served to schoolchildren in the United States are healthier because of changes to nutrition requirements, a recent U.S. study suggests.
In Haiti, Political Unrest Fuels Growing Hunger Crisis
Celavi Belor has lost so much weight over the past year his clothes are too large for his body.
In Vietnam, Machine Provides Free Rice to People During Coronavirus
A Vietnamese businessman has invented a machine that provides free rice for people out of work during the coronavirus crisis.
Inside with Coronavirus, Chinese Discover the Joy of Cooking
Chef Zhang Xuesi lowered the fire on the stove where he was cooking his Cantonese meal.
Trend in Brazil’s Cocoa Industry: GI Labels
Brazilian cocoa growers are learning lessons from French wine makers.
Japanese Stores Test Robot Workers
In August, a robot will begin placing food and drinks on store shelves in Japan.
Many South Africans Welcome a Vegan Lifestyle
Vegetarianism is growing in popularity in a lot of countries. And now, South Africa is one of them.
Kenyan Safari Operator Feeds 24,000 Families
Safari operator Pankaj Shah would usually be showing tourists around the beautiful areas in his native Kenya. Instead, he is leading a volunteer effort to feed thousands of families.
Conflicting Studies Point to Meat Moderation as Health Diet
A new study on people who eat red meat has found they have higher risks of heart disease and early death. The finding goes against other recent research that suggested removing meat from one’s diet has few health benefits.
Singapore Seeks to Increase Local Food Production with Rooftop Farming
Singapore has announced new measures designed to quickly increase local food production, including rooftop farming.
Baking Is Good for Mental Health
The world is experiencing a major health crisis.
US Drinking Water Contaminated with 'Forever Chemicals'
A new report says man-made “forever chemicals” are more common in U.S. drinking water supplies than earlier estimates suggested.
What Is Lab-Grown Shrimp?
The company Shiok Meats in Singapore aims to bring laboratory-grown shrimp to the food industry.
Ninety-Year-Old 'Chef of the Poor' Cooks for Rome's Homeless
Dino Impagliazzo cuts onions like a professional cook. The Italian man makes a great vegetable soup, but most of his longtime “customers” can't even pay for a piece of bread.
Flowers You Can Eat
Flowers are an important part of our natural world. Their beauty and smell can make us happy. Flowers serve as food for insects, birds, and animals. And they can also feed us!
French Farmers Seek to Reconnect Consumers to Their World
Farmer Jerome Regnault works on a windy day in his fields, just west of Paris.
Climate Change Hurts Mexico's Corn Production
Around 9,000 years ago, human beings began growing corn for the first time near Tehuacan, in what is now the central Mexican state of Puebla.
Stay-at-Home Orders Lead to Changes at Argentina’s Steakhouses
People no longer join long lines to get a table at Don Julio, a well-known steakhouse in Buenos Aires.