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The pest is expected to spread to parts of the US as well as major areas of Asia and Central America, according to the report written by scientists at the CABI.
A drastic reduction in red meat consumption has been put forward as a way to prevent excessive warming, which, according to a study, would be bad news for the UK fruit and vegetable industry.
The UK’s largest supermarket chain Tesco has announced its decision to suspend its current supply of avocados from Kakuzi, amid allegations of human rights abuse in its plantation in Kenya.
Ahead of official publication of their key recommendations, Professor Chris Elliott of Queen’s University Belfast, offers his initial insights into the Uganda food poisoning outbreak he and his team helped resolve.
Researchers from institutions in Denmark and Ethiopia have formulated a freeze-dried starter culture that camel-milk farmers can use to make safe, fermented milk products.
Following unprecedented aid from world nations to fend off hunger and support poorer economies, WFP Executive Director David Beasley outlines why we’re not out of the woods yet.
A report by Selina Wamucii has given a ground-up perspective on how Africa’s coffee farmers are being exploited by an industry that makes billions of dollars every year.
Andrew Brooks, Global Head of Sustainability at Olam Cocoa, explains the need to support cocoa farmers as a way to reduce deforestation, and highlights the progress that the collaborative Cocoa & Forests Initiative has seen.
The FAO and the African Union have committed to supporting access to food and nutrition for Africa's most vulnerable, minimising disruptions, and keeping borders open on the continent for the food and agriculture trades.