Christiana Figueres’ radical ideas for feeding the many

Abolishing famine and limiting climate change cannot be mutually exclusive aims says Christiana Figueres, former executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

Rethinking food waste as a resource

Food “waste” should be rethought as a valuable resource which can be used to create value and combat climate change

From field to fork in 2030

As awareness of climate change and waste grows, the way we produce and consume food has to change, and new technology could be the answer

Ingredients of the future

The benefits of spirulina, quinoa and kale have been widely known for some time now. But what are the ingredients of the future, and how will they transform the way we eat?

How tech and investment could help feed the many

Investment in improved supply chain management and precision farming techniques hold the key to banishing famine and malnutrition

From plantburgers to cutting food waste: how to feed the next billion

Food grown in lab with LED lights

Innovation needed to feed an extra 83 million people a year

Top 3 packaging innovations

Colalife Aidpod

So often treated as an afterthought, packaging can be integral to the impact and success of a product, as Mike Scott reports

Robots, reality and revolution

The largest plant in Poland owned by a global-brand manufacturer of household cleaning products has averaged more than one addition to the production team every week for the last two years. What makes this trend noteworthy is the fact that all 124 new arrivals are robots