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Food Insecurity

The American Home and Food Waste

Food Insecurity,Food Policy,Food Safety | February 15, 2019

According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Americans individually discard more than 400 pounds of food each and every year. In 2017, more than 78 million tons (yes, millions) of food was thrown away nationwide. No one truly likes… read more

World Food Day

Food Insecurity | October 16, 2018

World Food Day, commemorated on the 16th of October each year, is the day that the world comes together to declare a firm commitment to eradicating worldwide hunger. This day of action celebrates the creation of the Food and Agriculture… read more

The Plants of Survival: When Every Bite Counts

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | September 9, 2018

You’ve put yourself in a camping predicament. Your easy-eats have run out, and you are hungry. When was the last time you had food? It’s been a while and you’re becoming very uneasy about your situation. It doesn’t matter anymore… read more

Think Before You Toss: The Implications of Food Waste

Food Insecurity | September 7, 2018

No one enjoys the prospect of having to throw food away, even though it may seem like a necessity. Aside from the essential action of disposing of food that has been recalled, tossing food into the garbage may make us… read more

Eating in my 30’s: An Algae Adventure of Nutrients

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | August 20, 2018

I’m taking a trip into adulthood eating, and it all begins with the superfood Algae. I’ve hit the big 3-0. That’s 30 years-old. Let me say it again, 30. I’m obviously taking it well. I’ve realized it’s time for me… read more

Food Bank Safety

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | August 18, 2018

One in five households with children in the United States faces food insecurity; that’s more than 17 million households. Programs like SNAP and EBT provide something of a safety net. But they do not cover all families, and not all… read more

GMO Rice May Be A Solution to World Hunger

Food Insecurity | July 21, 2018

Wondering of there are perks to Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)? You would be surprised to learn that some researchers are using them to try to find a solution to world hunger and food insecurity – using a multi-continental, cross-cultural food… read more

Amazon’s Solution to Food Deserts

Food Insecurity,Food Policy,Food Safety | July 16, 2018

Don’t be fooled: it’s not food desserts; the following is information on food deserts. (I know…I myself would have enjoyed reading about all things gooey and absolutely delicious). But this whole topic deserves attention, and underscores the food insecurity problem… read more

Fossilized Algae – A Key to Food Safety Testing

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | July 3, 2018

It is slimy, green, and lives at the bottom of the ocean – and other unfiltered water sources. Algae. Researchers believe fossilized algae can be a key component to food safety testing. Looking into Algae  A group of researchers from… read more

Kids Are Still Hungry When School is Out

Food Insecurity | July 1, 2018

Programs that provide free meals for children during the summer months when school has let out are popping up all across the United States. And for good reason, too! These often carry over from programs that provide meals for children… read more