Severe drought means higher food prices, but there are still numerous ways to save.
Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme provides an update on the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
Strong and frightening on the science, less convincing on the politics and sociology.
The high cost of gas means the high cost of food. Solution: grow it yourself.
Getting basic foods is a daily challenge for many Egyptians. When prices spike, it crushes families already in poverty.
The Internet is not the cavalry.
There is fear of another food price crisis, a second silent tsunami of global hunger which will engulf even more millions.