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Food, fuel poverty in UK has more than tripled in a year: Citizens Advice
The number of people seeking help because they cannot afford both food and energy has risen more than threefold in a year, according to new data that highlights the increasingly tough choices British households face between heating and eating.
UN warns African refugees face food cuts due to inadequate funds
The UN's World Food Programme warned on Sunday that refugees in East and West Africa faced smaller food rations due to a surge in demand and insufficient funding.
Raeisi urges self-sufficiency in basic foodstuffs
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi instructed the Agriculture Ministry to devise scientific plans to make the country self-sufficient in the production of basic commodities and end reliance on imports.
FAO chief calls on G7 to take steps on food shortages
The head of the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) called on the world's largest industrialized economies to take steps to anticipate future food shortages.
World Bank, IMF, WTO leaders urge quick action to address food security
The leaders of the International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization and the World Bank called for quick work on a new action plan on food security to be prepared by international financial institutions.
Food prices hit record high in March, U.N. agency says
World food prices jumped nearly 13% in March to a new record high as the Ukraine conflict caused turmoil in markets for staple grains and edible oils, the U.N. food agency said on Friday.
FAO looks at impact of trends on food safety
By Joe Whitworth Emerging food safety challenges must be thought about when looking at the changing food system, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Food prices jump 20.7% year-on-year to hit record high in Feb.: U.N. agency
World food prices hit a record high in February, led by a surge in vegetable oils and dairy products, to post a 20.7% increase year-on-year, the U.N. food agency said.
Nearly 40% of Tigrayans face 'extreme lack of food': UN
Nearly 40 percent of people in Ethiopia's Tigray are suffering "an extreme lack of food" in the face of an extended de-facto blockade of the war-hit region, a UN agency said Friday.
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, ghoghnos.net wrote.

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