If it is to have enough affordable food for its population in the second half of this century, it will need to make sure the world grows food for 9 billion people. Its answer is technology.
With a population of 1.4 billion and limited arable land, China is trying hard to convince citizens to accept genetically modified (GM) food, but there is still consumer resistance to such crops. Read moreRead More »
U.S. rice, cranberries, sweet corn, orange juice, kidney beans, peanut butter, tobacco and whiskey are among the agricultural products listed by the European Union to face retaliatory tariffs in Europe due to the Trump administration’s push for tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Read moreRead More »