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Experts share their innovative solutions to the world’s food waste crisis.
The growing popularity of bourbon has led to increased production in the spirit’s home state with more than five million barrels currently resting in Kentucky warehouses, the most since 1977.
At the same time Chinese media outlet Dragon TV reported food safety negligence at Shanghai’s Husi Food Co., Ltd, Shanghai food and drug administration officials suspended the facility operations, according to Xinhua News, state press agency of China.
Ranking higher than water shortages, climate change and GMOs, American consumers are showing greater concern for food waste, according to a recent study from Sealed Air Corporation.
With citrus greening threatening the production of citrus in America, the Organic Center announced the launch of a multi-year study and fundraising campaign to combat the bacterial disease.
Researchers say Americans may have to get over their aversion to eating insects, as an expanding global population will force cultures to find more food resources.
USDA is responding to the deadly impact the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) and porcine deltacoronavirus are having on pork producers by announcing $26.2 million in funds to combat the diseases.
A Texas Tech University professor says Americans should prepare to open their wallets this summer as drought and other factors affecting the nation’s food supply will drive up prices.