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Cheap animal protein, smelly neighbors and humanity’s need for seed: It’s all happenin’ down on the farm. Learn More
Whether in Nepal, Bangladesh or the U.S., too many people have nothing—or at least, nothing nutritious—to pick up with their forks, chopsticks or fingers. Learn More
The backstory of what’s in our fields and on our plates involves a whole lot of policy, philosophy and research. Learn More
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Beyond Protein Factories

Beyond Protein Factories

Feature: Our taste for cheap animal protein has industrialized agriculture, drained natural resources and hurt our health. Bob Lawrence thinks there's a better way.

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Planting Health

Planting Health

Special Story: With garden projects, public health rekindles humanity's need for seed.

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Rx for the Future

Rx for the Future

Special Story: David Paige's idea for "prescribing appropriate foods" in 1969 led to the federal program that now helps half of all infants in the U.S.

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No Fries with That

No Fries with That

Essay: From fatty and fried to lean and green-how I transformed my relationship with food.

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The Green Revolution saved a billion lives. Now, we need another one.

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My brief life as a fry cook.

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World of Food

World of Food

In this photo gallery, international photographer Shehzad Noorani shares some of his mesmerizing images that capture our diverse relationship with food-from Nepal to Malawi.

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