Publications

HIGHLIGHTS

International Tea Day (May 21) is an opportunity to celebrate the cultural heritage, health benefits and economic importance of tea, while working to make its [...]

This World Food Day 2021 Activity Book invites children to learn about food journeys and the fascinating world behind food and agriculture.

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This report notes that nearly 137 million people in the region did not have regular access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food in 2019. Proposed policy directions to strengthen food systems include diversifying trade partners and improving local logistics.

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This guide to microbiological hazards in foods covers hazard identification and characterization, exposure assessment, and risk characterization. It also showcases best practices such as the development of the Annapolis Protocol to manage faecal contamination of water.

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This publication features eight Indigenous Peoples, food systems profiles, showcasing their diverse territorial management practices, climates, culture and traditional knowledge. It also examines the forces and pressures that Indigenous Peoples withstand to maintain their livelihoods.

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