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Fishing in Vietnam
16/08/2018

Can the Ocean Feed a Growing World?

Healthy fisheries may be the key to feeding ten billion people-if they're managed correctly.
Supermarket cart
16/08/2018

G20 agriculture ministers meet in Buenos Aires to address food and farming challenges

With the goal of sustainably meeting the growing demand for food, participants will seek a common path to boost the impact of [...]
Food labels in Chile
20/06/2018

"Food labels have influenced the purchase decisions of 92% of Chileans"

This figure was stated by Eve Crowley, representative of FAO in Chile.
Deputy Minister José Luis Jácome and FAO representative John Preissing signed the Cooperation Agreement as part of the Country Programming Framework 2018-2021
06/06/2018

Ecuador signs an agreement with FAO, commited to eradicating hunger in the country

It includes indicators from the 2030 Agenda for a more peaceful, prosperous, sustainable, resilient world, with a focus on people, the planet, [...]
Throwing out food
16/05/2018

Mexico wastes 20 million tons of food per year

The Mexican government, through Semarnat, is collaborating with a work group to design guidelines to counteract this problem, with support from the [...]
French Fries
16/05/2018

The World Health Organization wants trans fats gone from the global food supply

“It’s a crisis level, and it’s major front in our fight now,” said WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Woman in Supermarket
02/05/2018

Origin labelling of food a boost for local economies and sustainable development

From Moroccan saffron to Cameroonian pepper, FAO-EBRD study highlights the multiple benefits of geographical indication labelling
Supermarket in Mexico
11/04/2018

FAO expert warns of growing hunger in Latin America

In spite of incorporating policies, programs and actions promoted by governments to eradicate hunger and malnutrition, currently there are approximately 815 million [...]
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