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The findings are said to have implications for many aspects of Government policy such as food safety and nutrition.
The report found that consumers would be willing to embrace change when it comes to healthy foods if the Government invested in innovation and implemented a number of new healthy food measures.
The FAO Food Price Index was primarily driven up by dairy and oil price increases, but meat saw a decline of almost 10 percent compared to 2019.
The aim of the investment is to help the startups adapt to COVID-19, continue innovation in the agrifood sector and to bridge the gap towards their next investment round.
Chris Banks CBE, Executive Chair of Cracker Drinks Co and former Managing Director of Coca-Cola Great Britain, outlines some of the standout trends seen by the drinks industry during COVID-19 and offers his insight as to how drinks brands should leverage these trends.
After examining food supply chain resiliency and import dependency in remote communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have called for change.
The FAO-led, multi-stakeholder coalition, which aims to collectively address the impacts of the pandemic on food systems and agriculture across the world, now has support from 35 nations.
The Future Growth Loan Scheme aims to support SMEs and farming and fishing businesses as they navigate COVID-19 and Brexit.
The International Food Policy Research Institute has published a report highlighting the impacts of COVID-19 on food systems, the global economy, poverty, health and trade, and has offered recommendations for Governments to try and alleviate them.
MPs from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee have urged the Government to take immediate action on food insecurity in the UK - amidst the pandemic and beyond.
The US Senator for Minnesota has introduced the loan programme to help the dairy industry weather the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research from WRAP has shown that reduced levels of food waste from the early stages of the UK lockdown have begun to rebound - by as much as 30 percent in some cases.