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7 August 2019
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By Joe Whitworth25 July 2019
Salmonella was once again the main hazard dealt with by an international food safety network from April to June this year. During the second quarter of 2019, the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN) was involved in seven food safety events involving Salmonella out of 29 concerning 66 countries. One of these was an outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis in… Read more
1 July 2019
A multidisciplinary group of experts from academia, research centers, and funding organizations proposes a Global Surveillance System (GSS) to improve global food security by preventing crop diseases. The GSS would extend and adapt established biosecurity practices and networking facilities, allowing countries to respond much more quickly to disease outbreaks. The framework is the… Read more
10 June 2019
With poor diet now topping smoking as a health hazard, the world must put good nutrition over empty calories, especially in emerging Asian economies, according to the winner of a prestigious global prize dubbed the "Nobel for food." Seed breeder Simon Groot—an octogenarian whose family has cultivated seeds for hundreds of years—said the world must tackle malnutrition by boosting vegetable… Read more
16 February 2019
On the eve of the presidential debate on energy, infrastructure, and environment, our thoughts turn to Indonesia’s future on these vital and related issues. What forms of energy will our country use in the future: solar or coal? Will our roads and ports be climate-smart and resilient? Will we protect and restore our cherished natural environment, the only one we have? We note with gratitude… Read more
3 December 2018
Obesity affects millions of people, and several billion suffer from diseases caused by vitamin- or mineral-deficient diets, known as micronutrient deficiencies, according to the UN agriculture chief, who called on Monday for “transformative changes” to our food systems. "The coexistence of undernutrition, obesity and micronutrient deficiencies - what we know as the triple burden of… Read more
4 September 2018
PRESS RELEASE The Future Food-Tech summit (London, October 18-19, 2018) has revealed the 13 international start-ups who have been selected to showcase their technologies and breakthrough innovations at the summit.From the acclaimed Technology Showcase pitching sessions to the TechHub networking area and exclusive Food Experiences, the event is vital for the investors and global food… Read more
18 September 2018
The consumption of foods with higher scores on the British Food Standards Agency nutrient profiling system (FSAm-NPS), reflecting a lower nutritional quality, is associated with an increased risk of developing cancer, according to a study published this week in PLOS Medicine. The study, conducted by Mélanie Deschasaux of the French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (INSERM… Read more
17 August 2018
New Australian research has found that a diet high in healthy food such as vegetables, fish, and legumes could reduce the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS). The new study, by researchers at Curtin University along with the University of Melbourne and the Australian National University in Canberra, set out to investigate possible links between dietary habits and the risk of a first… Read more
27 July 2018
Significantly more investment is needed to lift hundreds of millions of rural poor out of poverty and make agriculture environmentally sustainable, according to Rob Vos, director of the markets, trade and institutions division at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). With a growing world population, hunger and under-nutrition are on the rise, and governments are looking for… Read more
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