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6 Apr 2018
Just released: Bellagio statement on post-harvest management (26 March 2018).  More information are available here.  Background: A workshop was held at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center (11-15 September 2017), inspired ...
21 Mar 2018
'Climandes' – user-tailored climate services to support decision-making has, since 2012, supported agriculture-dependent households in Peru's Andean mountains to obtain access to much-needed climate information.  A multi-stakeholder ...
21 Mar 2018
From the metallic skylines of Lagos, Nigeria to Zoug, a quiet city in Western Saharan known for little more than nearby Neolithic artwork, food systems are ...
7 Mar 2018
The Global Initiative on Food Loss and Waste Reduction – SAVE FOOD has reached a significant milestone in its work to develop partnerships for sustainable food ...
8 Jan 2018
Between 335 and 460 million kilograms of food waste are produced in Finland each year. In order to monitor and estimate food waste, LUKE, the National ...
5 Jan 2018
Organised to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the creation of ASEAN - The Association of Southeast Asian Nations - The ASEAN Packaging Conference successfully supported the ...
5 Jan 2018
Indian weddings are a celebration of life. For some families, few expenses are spared for an average of five to six days as floral garlands and ...
4 Jan 2018
In the last five decades, Malaysia has experienced a rapid structural transformation, shifting from a predominantly pre-industrial agro-based society to a thriving economy with diverse sectors ...
4 Jan 2018
Organised by the International Business Council and supported by the International Hotel and Restaurant Association, on the 28 to 29 November, a regional  exhibition was held ...
14 Nov 2017
The private sector can play a catalytic role in reducing food loss and waste and transforming food systems. As tastemakers and harbingers of consumer habits, companies ...

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