I am giving the link and also trailing a doc just published, as it addresses most of subjects being covered by this consultation process and will also be very useful to each one of us in case you do not have access to it.
The fact is that the world produces twice the amount of food we need (most in post harvest and or storage losses) but still about half the population does not have access to nutritious food resulting in hunger and malnutrition as they do not have the money to buy. This paper does have a number of answers.
Study: Sustainable Farming Proven to Increase Yield at Zero Cost
Increasing Cropping System Diversity Balances Productivity, Profitability and Environmental Health
Related links and resources:
The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2012
Millennium Development Goals
The World Food Summit 1996
Food Security Governance and the Right to Food
From Protection to Production
The FSN Forum is supported by the project Coherent food security responses: incorporating right to food into global and regional food security initiatives.