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Download the free “Quinoa in the kitchen” book and try out new recipes!

Once known as “the gold of the Incas”, quinoa is growing in popularity with foodies and health-conscious consumers

Reduce your food waste and save money and our natural resources

With about 9 billion people expected on Earth by 2050 now is a good time to re-examine our food behaviour and make a few changes.

Help families in the Philippines rebuild their lives – Donate Now!!!

FAO is working to help typhoon-affected farmers to ensure the next harvests in 2014 – You can help as well.

Make your thunder heard. Join us in the Thunderclap for the Intl Year of Family Farming

Help raise the profile of the IYFF 2014 and its role in eradicating hunger

Resilience is key in drive to zero hunger

FAO’s emergency programme to support farmers affected by severe flooding in northern Benin includes creating resilience among communities in order to avert further threats to their livelihoods and food security.