Can the retailer known for its poverty wages solve the problem of urban “food deserts”?
Olivier De Schutter, the UN’s special rapporteur on the right to food, makes the case in this Q&A.
Seeking “food sovereignty,” Hugo Chávez puts oil wealth toward a local, sustainable food system.
Jobs are not jobs unless workers can live off of their wages in a way that does not trap them in eternal poverty.
South Florida is a terrible place to grow tomatoes—or to work in the tomato fields.
The United Nations has called an emergency meeting to discuss the devastating famine in the horn of Africa.
More than twenty anti-hunger activists in Orlando, Florida have been arrested for providing meals for the working poor.
SNAP—the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program—is one of the strongest threads in our increasingly tattered safety net. But Gingrich started taking whacks at the program in 1995, and now his House Republican descendants are doing the same.