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Singapore is 2nd in the world for most affordable food – but local diets lack good protein: EIU Report

Think food is pricey in Singapore? You might have to swallow your words.
Members of the International Potato Center (CIP) gene bank show a selection of recently collected fruit from four different potato wild relatives.

Seed vaults are an ‘insurance policy for the world’s food.’ 100 scientists just spent 6 years hunting for plant species around the g...

The Crop Trust is racing to collect and preserve wild plant seeds that are relatives of domesticated crops before the plants disappear.

Asia will have 250 million more people by 2030, and it’ll need S$1 trillion more investments to feed itself sustainably

By 2030, food spending in Asia is expected to double to US$8 trillion, and there will be 250 million more mouths to feed.

Rising emissions could drain foods like rice and wheat of their nutrients, causing a slow-moving global food crisis

A new scientific report from the United Nations confirms research that climate change is decreasing the nutritional value of important food crops.

Singapore’s getting a new govt body – and its priority is to make sure the country has enough food

Singapore has a new stat board. Its priority? Ensuring the country has enough food.
Sara Menker at the 2018 New York Times Dealbook in November.

This entrepreneur left Wall Street to count the world’s calories. Now she’s warning of a global food disaster equal to the financial crisi...

Entrepreneur Sara Menker traded in her Wall Street gig to solve the world's mounting food crisis.

Singapore tops Global Food Security Index – but could face risks

Singapore might have come in first on food security, but this report revealed some risks that it faces.

California’s mega-farms have a dark side that could put our supply of fruits, vegetables, and nuts at risk

In the wake of a six-year drought, the region's mega-farms have begun to sink, and pumping groundwater has released toxic levels of arsenic into the water supply.
A wooden boat which drifted ashore with eight partially skeletal bodies at Oga, Japan in late November.

Boats full of dead people from North Korea keep showing up in Japan — here’s why

Some experts say this is indicative of food insecurity in North Korea.