Free school lunches are one way to help tackle food poverty – but they’re not enough to end it.
Three in 10 Black families are struggling to feed their children, and there's no sign of relief in sight.
Skipping a meal can have a big impact on decision-making, new research suggests.
Human Rights Watch blamed austerity and Universal Credit for the 'surge in hunger'.
Scientists at City University London have been trying to understand how to feed and save the world for the next generation. Their answer - "the planetary health diet" - which does not completely banish meat and dairy but does require a shift from meat to vegetable consumption. Here is a daily breakdown of what you should be eating.
Each year, 1.6 billion tonnes of food goes to waste, that’s about one third of the food produced globally. By 2030, that figure is expected to increase to 2.1 billion tonnes. And yet, in the UK alone, an estimated 8.4 million people are struggling to afford to eat. That’s equivalent to the entire population of London.
A decade on, Katie Stagliano is helping to fight hunger across the United States.
No parent cuts out meals for their child through choice. They do so because they have no choice