Applying bright pulses of light to vegetables grown in space makes them produce more nutrients that help astronauts see better.
Thanks to the power of science, the military has figured out how to create pizza that doesn't go bad for three years.
As if fireworks weren't already enough of a sensory overload, you'll now be able to smell and taste them, because that's what we've all been missing.
Scientists develop an electrode that can emulate the taste of food, from sweet and salty to bitter and sour.
Finally, an ice cream that both tastes like, and looks like, jellyfish.
NASA plans to send supplies to the ISS later this year to allow astronauts to grow their own fresh veggies.
Food fans in London have created an interactive table game that allows you to compete against friends to see who can eat with the most skill.
A restaurant in the U.K. has decided to replace some of its waiters with flying robots.
The USDA aims to fight mineral deficiencies in third world countries by making white rice as good for you as brown rice.
As absurd as that headline sounds, it's certifiable truth. NASA has given a $125,000 grant in an attempt to create synthesized food that can be printed into pizza, among other things.