In Ebola’s epicenter in West Africa, the virus’s spread has upset the sale and distribution of food resources for millions. We spoke to the World Food Programme about the current state of food insecurity, the Jenewonda crisis, and the ways that we can help from home.
Big Meat’s rampant use of antibiotics—one of the biggest threats to public health of our time—isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
David Heti has claimed that New York’s bagels are inferior to Montreal’s. My opponent’s arguments are laughable, and he should be doubly lambasted for defending a poor product poorly. Montreal is too close-minded to contain our larger bagels.
When zombies are busy eating your friends, and zero fuel is left on the planet, there’s only one way to get your mitts on food and booze in the apocalypse. Luckily, one company is already spearheading a green transportation revolution the old-fashioned way: sail-powered shipping.
Why do people keep pulling insane heists, like drilling through walls and stealing semi trucks, just to steal beer? It’s cheap, readily available, and easy to make if you’re really that broke.
Mandatory meat-labeling laws are coming under fire for violating trade agreements, but do consumers really care about those labels anyway?