What (and how) do experts think we’ll be eating 30, 40, 50 years from now?
The growing population requires more food. How will food production processes meet the demand?
Research is moving the needle toward precision nutrition -- highly custom diets based on your microbiome or DNA.
A movement is growing to approach food as if it were literal medicine by tailoring meals to treat specific conditions.
Programs today -- produce prescriptions, medically-tailored meals -- are actually based on concepts from the past.
The concept of using food to treat or prevent illness goes back many years. Here's a timeline of key developments.
Dating back to prehistoric times, follow the evolution of catching, cooking, and preserving food, from spears and wood-fired ovens to Tupperware.
Three taste testers chow down on chicken nuggets, tacos, and cheeseburgers. Can they spot which version is real meat and which one’s a plant imposter?
Weather events affect the food supply in one way or another, whether it’s destroying crops, leaving areas too harsh for farming, or triggering swarms of locusts and other pests.
Many don't realize that around 30% of global emissions come from the global food system.
Focusing on food goes back to prehistoric times. Here's a look at significant milestones from ancient times until today.
Investments in foodtech businesses exploded in 2021 with a record $12.8 billion invested globally -- twice as much as in 2020.