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26 May 2016
Senator Guido Girard Lavín presented the new law about food labelling of Chile in FAO Headquarters; this law will come into force in June, after a process started ten years ago and after an intense negotiation with the food industry. He affirmed that "The right to know is fundamental so that people could know what they eat and take informed decisions in order to reach a healthy diet ".  The Food Labelling Law comes in a moment of great impulse for the concept of Nutrition worldwide. The General Assembly of the United Nations declared the “Nutrition Decade” last 1st April,...
26 May 2016
Chile promulga una nueva ley de etiquetado de alimentos pionera en el mundo
Roma, 26 de mayo de 2016. “El derecho a saber es fundamental para que la gente pueda saber lo que come y tomar decisiones informadas para alcanzar una dieta saludable”, decía el senador Guido Girard Lavín en la sede de la FAO en la presentación de la nueva ley de etiquetado de alimentos de Chile, que entrará en vigor este próximo mes de junio, después de haber iniciado su tramitación hace casi diez años y tras haber librado una gran lucha y negociación con la industria alimentaria. La lucha Fue en 2007...
24 May 2016
Madrid, 24 de mayo de 2016. “Una Inversión responsable en la agricultura: Buenas prácticas empresariales” fue el tema de debate en el Aula Magna de la facultad de Ingeniería Agrónoma de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), que se ha realizado en el marco del convenio FAO-UPM, coordinado por el grupo GESPLAN (Grupo de investigación en planificación y gestión sostenible del desarrollo rurla-local), para contribuir a la divulgación y aplicación de los principios de inversión agrícola responsable (IAR) aprobados por el Comité de Seguridad Alimentaria en 2014. La jornada La jornada comenzó con la conferencia...
17 May 2016
This collaboration will contribute to the development of small enterprises related to food processing in developing countries.
17 May 2016, Rome. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Grupo TRAGSA signed today a Memorandum of Understanding forming a three-year partnership to jointly fight against illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing. Under the agreement, the parties’ will collaborate on the Global Record of Fishing Vessels, refrigerated transport and supply vessels, as well as capacity building for inspectors, traceability systems, and awareness raising campaigns. Animal health and production is the second axis of this collaboration.  Both FAO and Grupo TRAGSA recognize that to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), livestock and food systems practices must...
16 May 2016
May 2016, New York - “Global demand for South-South and Triangular Cooperation is at an all-time high,” said Carla Mucavi, Director of the FAO Liaison Office to the United Nations in New York during a High Level Committee on South-South Cooperation held at the UN Headquarters on May 16. “Countries in the South have much to share given their recent experiences in overcoming development challenges where one country context can readily relate to another,” she added. South-South Cooperation (SSC) is the mutual sharing and exchange of development solutions - knowledge, experiences and good practices, policies, technology and resources - between and among countries...