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UN chief calls for food security around the world
On World Food Day
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres, in his message on World Food Day, 16 October 2021, warned about the growing number of people lacking access to a healthy diet, while calling for food systems that deliver better nutrition, a better environment and a better life for every person.
FAO’s head calls on nations to lessen food losses
Qu Dongyu, the director general of the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Wednesday urged nations to increase efforts to halve food waste by the end of this decade.
Historic drought threatens California farms supplying much US food
In the valleys of central California, the search for water has turned into an all-out obsession as the region suffers through a drought that could threaten the US food supply.
Dishes in Tehran: The festival of taste and color
Foods are generally considered cultural expressions. By taking different cultural assumptions in, foods are shaped and identified throughout history. To state the matter differently, we get familiar with a nation, eating the food of its culture. Tehran foods are presenting an amalgam of different cultures in Iran. From north to south, and east to west, you may find all the dietary diversities in Tehran. While Iranian foods are known as truly delicious dishes liked by almost everyone, Tehran is considered a feast of flavors, colors, and scents. Stay tuned for knowing more about Tehran’s best foods, wrote.
Iran denounces unilateral coercive measures imperiling food security in targeted states
Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi said unilateral coercive measures, especially at the time of the coronavirus pandemic, pose a threat to food security in the targeted countries, stressing the necessity of their swift and complete removal.
Persian date, a food from heaven
Date palms existed in Iran since ancient times. The date's exact origin is unknown, but it seems to be cultivated in Iran about 4,000 BCE. The palm tree is sacred; it is also interpreted as a sign of friendship, peace, and prosperity in Persian culture myths. They are a symbol of prosperity, fertility and ability to rise above conflicts. Once the tree's head is cut-off, it will no longer grow, and the trunk will start to become unstable and eventually die, just like human beings.
Hunger drives displaced Mozambicans to risk going home for food
Brutal violence forced them to flee their homes, but now hunger has driven some in Mozambique to risk their lives by sneaking back to their old residences to gather food – or even resume farming.
2020 Global Food Security Index shows overall decline in food security
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released on Tuesday the ninth annual Global Food Security Index (GFSI) sponsored by Corteva, which measures the underlying drivers of food security in 113 countries, based on the factors of affordability, availability, quality and safety, and natural resources and resilience.
We need urgent research to know what microplastics are doing to us. Here's why
They contaminate the air we breathe, tea we sip, water we drink, and food we eat. They're strewn across the deepest ocean trenches and the highest mountains. They're in fish, insects, whales, corals, and our own poo. They're even showing up in human placentas.
The global food trade has been upended by a container crisis
Food is piling up in all the wrong places, thanks to carriers hauling empty shipping containers.
How dependent is UK on EU for food?
By Dearbail Jordan France's decision to close the border with the UK to stop the spread of a new variant of the coronavirus has highlighted the importance of the Dover-Calais route for food supplies.
Clothes and food drive down UK inflation
The UK's inflation rate fell dramatically to 0.3% in November from 0.7% in October, official figures show.
Zarif: US preventing Iran from buying food, medicine ‘crime against humanity’
“US sanctions halted delivery of two million flu vaccines”
Food companies urge Britain to adopt tougher rules to protect tropical forests
Supermarkets, food manufacturers and restaurant chains under pressure from campaigners over their environmental impact urged Britain on Monday to strengthen a plan to stop tropical forests from being cut down to grow cocoa, palm oil and soy.

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