With the world’s population projected, according to the UN, to reach 9.8 billion by 2050, there will be many more mouths to feed. With this in mind, we need to improve crop yields, in order to supply the world with more food to eat.
Levels of hunger around the world are rising. Plumpy’nut, a peanut-based paste (or sometimes biscuit) is able to feed children experiencing severe malnutrition, often saving lives. But how cost-effective is producing like this, with food costs rising...
Chronic food inequality is hurting the health outcomes of millions of children living in poverty. Experts speaking at the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) conference in London this week shone a light on the issue.
Climate, collaboration, innovation and investment. These are the four pillars that food industry businesses need to act on to make healthy, affordable diets available to all, according to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
The G7 Leaders’ Communiqué might be high on rhetoric about Russia and the need for a green energy transition - but little was agreed to ease the pressure on food supply chains and avert a global food crisis, critics warn.
The Nobel Peace Prize 2020 has been awarded to the World Food Programme for its efforts to combat hunger. FoodNavigator catches up with WFP supply chain expert John Crisci to find out what the prize means to the UN agency.
World hunger remains a persistent crisis, with approximately 842 million people going hungry every day. We look at the bakery and snack giants that are leading the fight against hunger and malnutrition.
Future Food, an Italian-based organisation focused on developing “innovative collaborations” to “revolutionise the food ecosystem” has secured the financial backing of food industry veterans Valerio Nannini and Mauro Piloni.