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Already critical levels of acute food insecurity likely to deteriorate
2024

Food insecurity in Haiti has been worsening since 2018 due to economic setbacks and below‑average agricultural production, exacerbated by escalating violence. Heightened violence has disrupted food supply, hindered access to essential services, increased internal displacements of people and affected delivery of humanitarian assistance. The number of people facing high levels of acute food insecurity is projected to reach a record level of 5 million, half of the population analysed, between...

Available in: English
Product type: Newsletter
Series: GIEWS - Updates
2024

World tea output increased in 2022, prompted by rising production in some of the major producing countries. Output of green tea and “other” tea offset declining black tea production caused by a crop shortfall in Sri Lanka (the third largest producer of black tea). Global tea consumption expanded by 2.0 percent in 2022 compared to 2021, underpinned by strong import demand.

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Product type: Brochure (factsheet; flyer/leaflet; Poster; banner)
Themes: Agricultural Commodities and Development
2024

Understanding the environmental impact of the entire tea value chain can help identify hotspots for improving and designing sustainable solutions to enable the sector to play its part in the transformative process needed to transit into greener agrifood systems. The objective of this document is to propose a methodology to measure the carbon footprint of the tea sector, and examine the data requirements and some other critical aspects in relation...

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Product type: Brochure (factsheet; flyer/leaflet; Poster; banner)
2024

This document describes the evolution of global patterns of tea trade between 2005 and 2020. Based on a network analytical approach, it is shown that most countries traded tea with more partners in 2020 compared with 2005. Especially on the export side, the structure of the tea trade network appears to have undergone some decentralization, in which trade became relatively less concentrated in individual trade hubs.

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Product type: Brochure (factsheet; flyer/leaflet; Poster; banner)
Themes: Agricultural Commodities and Development
2024

The Monthly Price Update is an information product provided by the oilseeds desk of the Markets and Trade Division of FAO. It reviews the development of international prices for oilseeds, oils and meals as reflected by FAO’s price indices. In April 2024, the FAO price indices for oilseeds and oilmeals both declined for the fifth consecutive month, whereas the vegetable oil price index marginally strengthened from the previous month. While...

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Product type: Journal; magazine; bulletin
Themes: Agricultural Commodities and Development
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
2024

This quarterly bulletin features agricultural trade policy changes in the region. It provides current trade measures, agreements, statistics and articles by experts covering trade-related issues in countries across the region, and it is sent to members of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network. The network connects experts from Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia as part of the FAO’s Regional Initiative 2 in Europe and Central Asia “Transforming food systems and...

Available in: English
Product type: Journal; magazine; bulletin
Themes: Europe and Central Asia Trade Policy
Series: Trade Policy Review in Europe and Central Asia
Monthly report on food price trends
2024

Global wheat export prices stabilized in April 2024 after declining for three consecutive months, while maize prices increased month‑on-month. International rice prices declined by 1.8 percent in April, largely due to harvest pressure. In most countries monitored by FAO, staple food prices remained at historically high levels in March and April 2024. In many countries, macroeconomic difficulties and high food distribution costs continue to drive elevated prices of both domestically...

Product type: Journal; magazine; bulletin
Series: Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA)
2024

Avocados, like other tropical fruits, are susceptible to food loss and waste due to their high moisture content and perishable nature. Factors including climate change, inadequate infrastructure and handling during harvesting, packaging and transportation increase the risk of food loss, impacting fruit supply and quality. Embracing strategies to reduce losses and maximize the use of non-marketable and damaged avocado fruit and residues is a win-win for businesses and global sustainability...

Available in: English
Product type: Book (series)
Themes: Responsible Global Value Chains or Responsible Agricultural Supply Chains
Series: Responsible Fruits Project (Technical Briefs)
2024

The 13th Ministerial Conference of the WTO (MC13) took place from 26 February to 2 March 2024 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The Conference was chaired by the Minister of State for Foreign Trade of the host country. Agriculture and fisheries subsidies were once more at the centre of the deliberations, but no concrete outcome was possible due to differences and divergence of positions among Members

Available in: English
Product type: Journal; magazine; bulletin
Themes: Contemporary Global Issues
Series: Trade Policy Briefs
Extreme winter weather, known as dzud, is driving up acute food insecurity of pastoral households in the country
2024

Weather extremes between November 2023 and March 2024 resulted in massive livestock deaths, especially in eastern and central parts of the country. Livelihoods of most herders have been affected, warranting the urgent need for humanitarian assistance to prevent a severe deterioration of their food security situation. Domestic prices of basic food staples have reached very high levels, constraining access to food for most vulnerable households.

Available in: English
Product type: Newsletter
Series: GIEWS - Updates
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