Gone are the days when the supply of humanitarian nutrition products relied on just a handful of western companies. UNICEF is pushing its supply of Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) into a more competitive future driven by local suppliers ready to...
Investment in battling malnutrition on a global scale will help save and improve millions of lives, but will also save billions of euros in lost potential GDP for countries where malnutrition is a problem, according to the United Nations World Food Programme.
The UN is set to adopt a policy to tackle the growing problem of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) after meetings this week in New York City featuring Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton.
Major food companies are paying more attention to the social impacts of their products, and that means developing new ways of meauring the impacts of sustainability programmes on people, says DSM’s director of sustainability.
Rice bran ingredient maker Nutracea's business platform includes
fighting world hunger by getting nutritious meal replacements to
children through feeding programs. Given the 800 million hungry
people in the world, this is no...