Books, Reports, Websites, Movies, and More

Food is a broad topic. It touches everything from cuisine to climate change, hunger to factory and organic farms, pathogens to healthy arteries. Millions of books, articles, and websites could be listed here, so consider the items listed here as just tiny tip of the iceberg. We believe they are all interesting and informative in one way or another.

Some obvious advice when you are searching for online information: seek reliable websites. When exploring health issues, guard against unreliable medical websites and those pushing (usually unnecessary) dietary supplements. Some of the best starting places for information on any topic are websites sponsored by the federal government and established nonprofit organizations like the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, Environmental Defense Fund, and ASPCA. Most trade associations and corporations have commercial interests that just might shade their opinions.

The National Food Museum does not necessarily endorse the content of these resources.

We welcome your suggestions of additional important and reliable items.

Environment/Climate

Food Industry

Food, Nutrition, Health

Food 2050

Food 2050 This series of 10 beautiful 7-minute videos, produced by the Rockefeller Foundation and Media RED, that document the efforts of 10 global visionaries to improve the world’s food

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