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From Lethal Viruses to Insect Sex, Farmers Use Bugs to Kill Bugs
Record U.S. Hop Harvest Signals a Coming IPA Bounty
After Taking on Coal and Oil, Climate Investors Target Meat Next
Southern Africa Faces Unprecedented Drought and Food Shortages
Burping Cows Get the Green Light to Join Carbon-Offset Market
Deadly Pig Virus Reaches Poland’s Top Pork Area
Investors With $3 Trillion Want Brazil to Uphold Soy Deforestation Pact
Sugar demand in India is starting to stagnate as economic growth in the top user slows and food manufacturers opt for alternatives
You have to re-create the complex interplay of muscle and fat, flavour and texture.
China’s Pigs to Take Half a Decade to Recover From Killer Virus
Most Palm Oil Companies Can’t Fully Trace Supplies, Survey Shows
Impossible Foods Seeks to Sell Plant-Based Burgers in Europe
Plant Protein Boom Gets Beyond Meat Supplier Thinking Bigger
About 14% of food supplies are lost each year: United Nations.
Activists Storm Office of U.K. Hedge Fund to Protest Cargill
Glencore Joins Agriculture Majors in Technology Initiative
Zimbabwe Buys 150,000 Tons of South African Corn as Tender Fails
Dancers in Thongs at Business Gala Still OK in Post-MeToo France
New technology will use facial recognition to build individual medical records for millions of fish.
Sugar’s biggest rally in a decade isn’t convincing many of a sustained turnaround for the worst commodity in recent years.
Europe Has Most to Lose From Russia's Expanding Wheat Empire