Strawberries can be labor- and resource-intensive to grow. Now, a group of vertical farming start-ups is creating ideal conditions to cultivate them indoors with less land and water – but will this high-priced produce go mainstream?
The World’s First Commercial Octopus Farm Is Set to Open – Despite Objections from Scientists and Activists
Despite expert findings that "high-welfare octopus farming was impossible," one company intends to open a commercial farming operation in Spain next year.
Climate Change Is Making Food Less Healthy – and Putting Millions of People at Risk of Nutrient Deficiencies
Excess CO2 reduces the production of protein and other nutrients in crops like corn, wheat, soy beans, and rice. As CO2 levels rise, scientists and economists are racing to help our global agriculture system adapt.
Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary have invested in companies like Airbnb, Spotify, and Uber. Now they see similar growth potential in high-tech, animal-free 'meat.'
Healthy soil sequesters carbon and aids the long-term viability of farmland
Of all greenhouse gas emissions linked to food production, a new scientific study attributes nearly 60 percent of emissions to 'animal-based foods'
"I could no longer be involved," Doug Hines, longtime seafood industry insider turned TUNO founder, says. "It was impossible to see a sustainable future."