Al Jazeera’s podcast The Take talks to people who are trying to fight hunger during the coronavirus pandemic
Municipal composting programs help reduce food waste, boost soil health, and support food security.
To provide emergency relief to people struggling to afford food during the pandemic, San Francisco is using $1.65 million from its soda tax to bolster local programs feeding vulnerable communities in the city.
Overall, the cost of food bought to eat at home skyrocketed by the most in 46 years, and analysts caution that meat prices in particular could remain high as slaughterhouses struggle to maintain production levels while implementing procedures intended to keep workers healthy.
Coronavirus shines a light on the global food chain’s dirty little secret.
The University of Maryland’s community garden was a teaching tool that has now become a necessity for people in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. The fresh vegetables and herbs grown there are distributed at the school’s free food pantry.
Tens of thousands of people in Kyrgyzstan are facing hunger after weeks without work in the Bishkek bazaar
This briefing explores government policy and food provision in the Caucasus and Central Asia as COVID-19 upsets farming and trade networks around the world.
As COVID-19 upends the global food supply chain and disrupts economies around the world, the threat of food waste looms particularly large.
The Brookings Institution found an increase in child hunger during the coronavirus pandemic