30 Indigenous Crops Promoting Health and Contributing to Food Security
Food Tank, 26 October 2018

Event raises profile of fruits and vegetables at the World Food Prize
UC Davis, 19 October 2019

Veggies Offer New Opportunities To Farmers In Tanzania
GFAR, 12 October 2018

Taiwan Innotech Expo 2018: A Sustainable Future Led by Sustainable Farming and Green Energy
HortiDaily, 5 October 2018

Innovations in Agriculture: Scaling Up to Reach Millions
PAEPARD, 29 September 2018

Agricultural diversification: Empowering women in Cambodia with ‘wild gardens’
Penn State News, 16 June 2018

WorldVeg, Taiwan join Svalbard Seed Vault anniversary celebration
Focus Taiwan, 31 January 2018

World Vegetable Center takes up tomato pest research in Madanapalle
The Hindu, 23 January 2018


New R&D studies to boost Tanzania greenhouse industry
HortiDaily, 9 June 2017

Cambodia farmers reach new buyers with a fresh approach
Feed the Future, 18 May 2017

A third of the world’s food goes to waste after harvest
Daily Nation (Kenya), 14 May 2017

New crop pest takes Africa at lightning speed
Science, 5 May 2017

Agrobiodiversity: The living library
Nature, Vol 544, 27 April 2017

Carrot cleaning machine revolutionizes production and marketing in north IndiaAppropriate Technology 44(1), March 2017

Change begins with one line
Australian Centre for International Research (ACIAR) blog, 30 March 2017

Global warming and horticultural crops (Chinese)
Global Views, March 2017

Seeds of innovation
Bangkok Post, 27 February 2017


The Crops of the Future
Take Part, Vol 13, 30 November 2016

World’s horticultural scientists hear growing vegetables not rice is key to ending hunger and poverty
ABC Rural, 25 November 2016

Vegetable home gardens in Tanzania: The obvious way to combat malnutrition and raise healthy children
Horticulture in Tanzania, October 2016 issue

31 Indigenous Crops Promoting Health and Contributing to Food Security
Food Tank, 7 April 2016

Food project targets women
Phnom Pehn Post, 17 March 2016

Kenyans Reacquire an Old Taste: Eating Healthier
New York Times, 23 February 2016

New garlic introduced
Rural Weekly, 19 February 2016


Vegetables Grown in Africa are Superfoods for the World
Atlanta Black Star, 14 September 2015

34 Indigenous Crops Promoting Health and Feeding the World
Food Tank, 26 August 2015

Protection from pests
International Innovation, Issue 189, August 2015

Innovate, grow more, live better
The Express Tribune, 24 August 2015

Processing tomatoes in Tanzania: a tale of seeds and ketchup
Rural 21, 17 August 2015

The rise of Africa’s super vegetables
Nature, 9 June 2015

The World Vegetable Center is in Tainan
Taiwan Business Topics, 21 May 2015

15 Protectors of Biodiversity #IDB2015
Food Tank, 19 May 2015

Tanzanian Farmers Trained in Crop Preservation
Epoch Times, 17 April 2015

Bracing For Climate Change in Central AsiaCAC Newsletter, March 2015Regional vegetable R&D for food securityVientiane Times, Laos, 26 March 2015

“Laat de Groene Revolutie volgen door een Groenterevolutie”
IPS, 3 March 2015 (Dutch)

Feed the World in 2015…and Nourish it, too
Resource Magazine, March – April 2015, p. 10

Smallholder vegetable growers should seek high value market opportunitiesAppropriate Technology Vol. 41 No. 4


How vegetable seeds are leading to growth in nutrition and the economy
GAIN (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition)

From seed to sales
Appropriate Technology, Vol. 41 No. 3

Feed the World (an interview with AVRDC Genebank Manager Andreas Ebert)
International Innovation, 2 October 2014

Tanzania’s youth brace for booming vegetable farming
Coastweek, 29 September 2014

Youth express optimism over vegetable farming training
IPP Media, 23 September 2014

Vegetable pre-breeding vital for global food security
Fresh Fruit Portal, 23 September 2014

Indigenous plants, fruits and vegetables could be key to human nutrition in the future
Melbourne Herald Sun, 23 August 2014

Yaegl people, Macquarie Uni combine to give bush medicine a boost
The Australian, 19 August 2014

Veggie Diet
RN ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 19 August 2014

Forget tomatoes and carrots: why indigenous vegetables and fruits should be on the Australian dinner plate
ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 18 August 2014

How Vegetables Can Save the World
Huffington Post, 5 August 2014

Climate Tough Crops Help Counter Food Insecurity: Future Food Security in a Warming Planet
Radio New Zealand, 3 August 2014

Investigan el potencial hortícola en El Trifinio
La Prensa Grafica, 23 June 2014

The AVRDC Genebank
Asian Seed, 20(2):22-23, June 2014

Bitter gourd for diabetes management
The Hindu, 21 March 2014

Support for sustainable cropsSolomon Star, 3 March 2014

Nourishing the world requires women at the forefront of agriculture
New Agriculturalist, January 2014

From Genebank to Dinner Table
Taiwan Review, January 2014 issue

101 organizations to watch in 2014
Food Tank, 1 January 2014


Tanzania kunufaika na mradi wa Mbogamboga mashuleni
(Tanzania to benefit from the project Vegetables Go to School)
Dewiji Blog, 29 November 2013

Food Security: An Urban Issue
The Guardian, December 2013

A fresh look forward…AVRDC at 40!
7 November 2013, SNV

Capsicum variety trial day held9 October 2013, Solomon Star News

Food Waste: Key to Ending World Hunger
16 September 2013, Forbes

25 Indigenous Fruits and Vegetables Promoting Health All Over the World
28 August 2013, Food Tank

Project to find a best tomato26 August 2013,  Solomon Star News

Could city farming be a solution for Bangkok’s urban poor?
10 August 2013, Christian Science Monitor

Time to explore the native veggie
21 May 2013, Rural 21

New US-sponsored project to help modernize Pakistan’s agriculture
12 March 2013, Pakistan Observer

2 Disease-Fighting Superfoods You Should be Eating
8 March 2013, VegNews magazine

Fighting malnutrition with the help of vitamins and vegetables
22 February 2013, Deutsche Welle, Germany

Food Tank partners with AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center
6 February 2013, FoodTank, USA


Onslaught pushes for higher veggie consumption in Philippines (link no longer active)
21 September 2012, OnslaughtBlog

Grafting hardier, more nutritious vegetables
20 September 2012, IRIN News (UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs)

Tacking Malnutrition: the ‘Other’ Olympic Legacy for London 2012
11 August 2012, Huffington Post

Update on Eastern and Southern Africa Project
2 July 2012, Africa Rising

Agricultural innovation: The missing link to feed the planet
27 June 2012, Strategic Review, Indonesia

Common ground for growth of Asia’s seed sector
25 May 2012, Seed Quest

Open Day 2012
19 May 2012, China Review News, Taiwan

Mapping urban Farming in Thailand
16 May 2012, IRIN UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Drumsticks to beat malnutrition
29 April 2012, Sunday Observer, Sri Lanka

The edamame industry in Taiwan
1 March 2012, Taiwan Panorama, Taiwan

A bittersweet vegetable for diabetics
15 March 2012, The Hindu, India

FAO participates in regional symposium on high-value vegetable in Southeast Asia
23 February 2012, FAO IPM

Five foods that will change the world
15 February 2012, Readers’ Digest, UK

ADFC conducts training course on vegetable grafting
31 January 2012, Kaleej Times, United Arab Emirates