By Ruramiso Mashumba: Marondera, Zimbabwe The average African farmer is a 60-year-old man who took up agriculture because that’s what his parents did. I’m a woman who, in her mid-20s, chose
By Terry Wanzek: Jamestown, North Dakota I’ve always known that moving food from farm to fork depends on excellent infrastructure—but until about fifteen years ago, I took a lot of it for granted.
By Joanna Lidback: Barton, Vermont A funny thing happened during the debate over GMO labels: A number of companies decided to make the voluntary disclosure that their food includes ingredients that are improved with t
The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) shook up the market with its assertion that President Donald Trump's administration is working on changes to implementation of the U.S. biofuels program that would shift the resp