Meet the Black Farmers Fighting Food Deserts in New York
Black Yard Farm Cooperative is producing fresh food to promote food sovereignty in Harlem and the Bronx.
Supermarket Chains Ignored This Black Community, So Residents Opened a Co-Op
The Renaissance Community Co-op is the first of its kind in the nation, opened after 20 years of failed attempts to woo chains to the neighborhood.
Five Conversations with the Crew from Appetite for Change
A viral music video is just the start for this Minneapolis-based youth activism group that's taking on one of America's worst food deserts.
These Teenagers Made a Rap Song About Healthy Eating and It's a Total Banger
We’d share some lyrics, but honestly, they might give you the idea that the song sucks —i.e., “Screaming 'Hot Cheetos and Takis,' but you better eat your broccoli”—which is not the case.
How Pizza Is Fighting Hunger in a San Francisco Food Desert
Bayview's Craftsman and Wolves has implemented a pay-it-forward system for customers to purchase slices for someone in need. Every pre-purchased slice is represented by a Post-it note that gets placed on a wall of the shop, then redeemed by someone who...
This Food Start-Up Connects You to Home Cooks in Your Community
Josephine is an Oakland-based food startup with some radical ideas about bringing community outreach to the food world. The online and app-based service connects people looking for a good meal with neighbors and local chefs who have signed on to...
How Technology Could Solve the Food Desert Crisis
While food deserts—areas where access to healthy foods is absent or limited—have existed for a long time, we're now using technology to identify and solve the problem. Here's how.
Dandelions Should Be the New Kale
Why we should incorporate edible weeds into our diets.