Last month, farmers, chefs and caterers put down their respective pitchforks and knives and descended on Bristol to talk sustainable food
Are certification schemes aimed at tackling poor labour practices in the banana industry having the desired impact on the ground?
We meet one Moroccan cooperative who are focused on an ethical model of production in the face of increasing demand
The tale of 18 cows in the Palestinian town of Beit Sahour reminds us of the importance of the basic human right of food security and aut...
The Omo Vally in Ethiopia is being under-threat from developments that could put thousands of traditional livelihoods at risk
Cathi Pawson tells the story of Zaytoun, an organic Fairtrade project, bringing Palestinian olive oil to the UK market
We talk to Sanjay Rawal, Director of Food Chains, a new documentary exposing conditions for US farm workers
An unlikely cattle keeper comes to terms with the act of slaughtering an animal
Philip Lymbery, Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming, reflects on the vital role of the vet in propping up factory farms
Alicia Miller asks how much we really know about where our meat comes from
Annie Levy responds to our blog on farming Palestine, with recommendations, resources and recipes
The conflict in Palestine has seen many families forced from their land. Against all the odds, farmers continue to cultivate peaceful res...