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Better diets: the intended consequences of addressing food waste

Article originally published on Farming First.

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Event 4 Feb: Food loss & waste brief presentation at the Houses of Parliament

APPG event – 4 February 2019 – London

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Five ways healthier food can save the world from climate change

Here is why managing food supply is key to controlling climate change

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Ghana’s First Lady joins network of African Leaders for Nutrition champions

17/12/2018

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African launch of the Global Panel’s brief Preventing nutrient loss and waste across the food system 13 November 2018, Kampala, Uganda

On 13 November 2018, the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, in partnership with the Office of the Prime Minister in Uganda, hosted the African launch of its new policy brief  “Preventing nutrient loss and waste across the food system: Policy actions for high-quality diets”. 

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Positioning food systems to deliver healthy diets for all in Uganda

The Global Panel, in partnership with the Office of the Prime Minister in Uganda, hosted a technical seminar and a high-level roundtable meeting with influential stakeholders on 13 and 14 November 2018 in Kampala, with the aim of accelerating progress on delivering healthy diets for the people of Uganda. Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Ruhakana Rugunda, called for urgent action using the UN Decade for Action on Nutrition as a platform for international and local leadership.

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Brief launch: "Preventing nutrient loss & waste across the food system"

7 Nov 2018 | 14:00 – 17:00 | FAO, Italy | POLICY BRIEF LAUNCH

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Waste not, want not: Improving diets by reducing food loss and waste

A new policy brief calls for action to reduce the loss and waste of high-nutrient foods.

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Fifth Global Panel General Meeting in Rome

5-7 November 2018 – Global Panel Members met in Rome to attend the Fifth Global Panel General Meeting.

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Yogurt, fish & cubed fruit to fix the food systems?

Article originally published in Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

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