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A study has revealed that antibiotic use on crops is more widespread than previously thought and claims they have been used against crop problems where they will have no effect.
In light of International Women's Day 2020, FAO, IFAD and WFP have called for action to achieve gender equality in the agricultural and food sector, and have reiterated their commitments to the cause.
The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food Price Index rose again in January 2020, mainly driven by increases in the costs of vegetable oils, sugar and wheat.
Researchers from the University of Cordoba (UCO) crossed different strawberry genotypes in order to analyse and segregate the gene that increases the strawberry production cycle.
A new study from the Ohio State University has found that Americans discard of a lot more food than they realise, due to aspects such as ambiguous date labels on packages.
With more than one billion tonnes of food wasted every year and a growing global population, devising ways to combat food waste is of the utmost important. Darcy Simonis, Food and Beverage Segment Network Leader at ABB, believes frozen foods hold the answer.
Declining sugar and dairy quotations offset by rising international cereal prices.
Organisations increase their joint efforts to help countries achieve FAO's Sustainable Development Goals
The Food and Agriculture Organization has warned how the current outbreak of African swine fever could easily spread.