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 Gina Gutierrez: Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico The government of Mexico earlier this month re-launched an old marketing campaign: “Hecho en Mexico.” A strategy that started back in the 70’s, with
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