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Four consecutive failed rainy seasons have caused crippling food insecurity and malnutrition in Kenya.
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UN cautious over Ukraine claim that end to grain blockade is close
Military officials from the two countries are holding their first face-to-face meetings for months in Istanbul, to discuss a UN plan to export grain and ease global shortages.
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Ukraine war: Five things you need to know on Monday
From Sievierodonetsk "engulfed in fire" due to Russian shelling to the EU calling Russia's blockade of Ukrainian grain exports a "war crime", these are the five latest and most important developments.
Social media posts claim food plant fires are an attempt to starve US
Numerous posts on social media have falsely claimed that there is an increase in fires at food factories in order to create shortages in the United States.
Lavrov to Ukraine: De-mine your ports and we'll let grain exports out
There are 22 million tonnes of grain sitting in silos waiting to be shipped out of Ukraine.
Spain cracks down on food waste with fines of up to €60,000
The ambitious draft bill aims to reduce the 1,300 tonnes of food wasted every year in Spain.
Unpredictable volcano in the Philippines spews out 1km-long ash cloud
The Philippines is in the Pacific 'Ring of Fire', where volcanic activity and earthquakes are common.
Ukraine war has devastating consequences for water, peace and security
The war is increasing the risk of global hunger by limiting exports of wheat, cooking oil and fertiliser.
'Vital' seed bank in Ukraine at risk of disappearing as war rages on
The banks have become increasingly vital to ensuring enough food is produced each season to feed 7.9 billion people as the world's weather becomes more extreme.
2 tonnes of vegetables are grown on a supermarket roof in Brussels
The Lagum Project experiments with the idea of an urban garden and tries to determine whether they are sustainable or not.
Will food shortages cause civil unrest in Europe?
Is the global food system at the mercy of shocks like the war in Ukraine? This expert says yes.
World Food Programme warns of mass starvation due to Russian blockade
Experts have sounded the alarm that if ports around Odessa remain closed, shortages of grain, oil and other goods will trigger famine and migration crises the world over.
Genetically modified tomatoes contain more vitamin D, say scientists
Low vitamin D levels affect roughly 1 billion people. Could this be the solution?
‘Open ports, if you have any heart’, UN food chief appeals to Putin
UN Secretary-General António Guterres warns that the war could lead to famines if Ukraine’s grain exports are not restored.
Russia extending Ukraine military war to 'grain war', says Baerbock
The German foreign minister's comments came as the G7 warned that the war is stoking a global food crisis threatening poor countries with hunger and famine.
The longest river in Italy is drying up: How will locals survive?
The mighty Po River nourishes a vast area of northern Italy, but climate change is causing a devastating drought.
Belgians resigned but not yet panicking as prices continue to rise
Inflation in Belgium is one of the highest in Europe, while Brussels has a high unemployment rate.
These community projects are feeding people not landfill
As we mark Stop Food Waste Day, these locals are on a mission to feed people excess food to stop it being binned.
Ukraine war threatening 'more hunger', says IMF chief
The head of the IMF has warned that the war in Ukraine could create "more hunger, more poverty and more social unrest," as it continues to drive up global food prices.
Ukraine food supplies 'deliberately destroyed' in warehouse attack
As the war in Ukraine continues and the food supply is destroyed, 45 per cent of Ukrainians are now worried about being able to find food.
Ukraine war could delay EU sustainable farming plans
400 experts said the EU should be encouraging plant-based diets as a way to avoid food shortages.
These foods could soon be in short supply due to the war in Ukraine
The food supply for much of the world relies on the fertile farmlands of the 'breadbasket of Europe'.
Why is the UK permitting the use of bee-killing pesticides?
From everyday staples such as broccoli and apples through to seasonal treats like strawberries - a third of total food production is dependent on insect pollination.