Not even our closest primate relatives think about food in the way humans do. What does the food we eat tell us about our own evolutionary history?
Not only does DNA control physical characteristics like height, but it also shapes how our bodies react to food. Is it true that you are what you eat?
Old cookery books can tell us a lot more than just how to cook a meal. What do they reveal about topics as diverse as access to technology and the concept of truth?
1 in 15 people globally has a food allergy - a rate that's more than doubled since 1960. What's behind this soaring increase?