The World Food Programme spends £50 million on wheat from Glencore – a business which admits that it engages in food speculation, and despite the WFP’s commitment to buying its supplies from small farmers. But was Glencore the best option?
Mali faces a food crisis.
The future of food production – in Antarctica.
A new way for drug cartels to launder money: the fruit and vegetable trade.
An account of recent Egyptian history, from the point of view of Cairo’s Cafe Riche.
Commodities futures trading and market volatility – and the impact on food prices.
The link between political instability and food prices in Egypt.
Was the global food crisis really a crisis?
Early twentieth-century corsetry ads.
How to cook without a recipe.
The rise and rise of Belgian beer.
The strange appetites of Steve Jobs.
Jennifer Rubell’s food art.
Iconic album covers recreated as pizzas.
The relative usefulness of poisonous food.
What do food writers eat when they write about food?
Last meals on death row.
The science of pickles.
Vegan foie gras. (Just non on so many levels.)
Pablo Neruda on soup.
So what exactly is Mexican street food?
Urban farming essentials.