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Cereals are still at the core of what people eat, but diets are becoming higher in protein, fats and sugar in many parts of the world as incomes rise and urbanisation increases – Special focus on India
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FAO project to introduce simple raised drying racks improves livelihoods and nutrition for communities along the shores of Lake Tanganyika and beyond
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Scheduled for the fall, project aims to fill current information gap
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Decline is mainly due to drop in cereal and vegetable oil prices amid improved global supplies - conflicts and adverse weather continue to threaten food security in many countries
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New guidelines being developed to control parasites in food
The European Union and FAO are working together to strengthen food security in Angola by boosting its veterinary services.
Charcoal smokers introduced by the South-South Cooperation programme have improved women’s income in the Edeha fish market.
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Scheduled for the fall, project aims to fill current information gap
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Family Forestry is Family Farming
Recognizing the vital role of family forestry in celebration of the 2014 International Year of Family Farming
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