food

Woman holding packages of food (Courtesy of World Central Kitchen/WCK.org)

They rush into any crisis … and cook

World Central Kitchen has been feeding people in crisis since 2010. Learn about the work the nonprofit does in Ukraine and beyond.
Stacked dark chocolate chunks (© Shulevskyy Volodymyr/Shutterstock.com)

New chocolate factory signals deepening U.S. ties with Ghana

Ghanian chocolate producer Niche Cocoa plans to open a new factory in Wisconsin, part of a growing U.S. economic partnership with Ghana.
Woman working in garden (USDA)

Women boost sustainable farming in U.S.

U.S. women farmers are growing more organic crops and selling their locally produced products to consumers in their communities.
2 women standing in kitchen (Courtesy of Koshari Mama)

Family brings Cairo’s street food to Boston    

Meet the mother and daughter whose vegan restaurant in Boston is bringing traditional Egyptian cooking to the United States.
Two women with a bag of flour in a grocery store (© Farah Abdi Warsameh/AP Images)

Blinken rallies countries to address world food crisis

The United States is increasing its support for nations that need food and encouraging others to bolster food and humanitarian aid.
People shopping at grocery store (© Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post/Getty Images)

U.S. food co-ops help locals live well

Food cooperatives in the United States provide nutritious food for their members, as well as economic and social benefits.
Illustration of magnifying glass showing bacteria and germs on green vegetables (© Shutterstock.com)

How U.S. food recalls protect consumers

World Food Safety Day is June 7. Take time to learn about food recalls, why they matter and now they keep Americans safe.
Men repairing damaged farm building (© Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters)

Food insecurity made worse by Putin’s war, not sanctions

Russian military forces have bombed fields and destroyed transport systems that allow Ukraine to export its agricultural goods worldwide.
Cynthia Rosenzweig posing in green field of crops (© Shari Lifson)

World Food Prize winner takes on food security, climate crisis

Since the early 1980s, Cynthia Rosenzweig has helped more than 90 countries prepare for the climate crisis. Learn more here.