The European Commission is preparing to involve farmers more in the development and implementation of new agri-research strategies, according to one of its members.
The Institution of Chemical Engineers is urging coordinated action to reduce the amount of hidden water used in food and drink production
The abolition of a European cap on sugar beet production could push up to 200,000 of the world's poorest farmers into poverty, the Fairtrade Foundation has warned.
Cargill has signed a formal partnership agreement to support Mondelēz International’s program of improving the livelihoods and sustainability of practice of global cocoa farmers.
The United States Department of Agriculture has approved the first genetically modified apple for cultivation in the country, sparking debate over the safety of engineered foods.
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