België: 2022-04-28 14: 56: 48 , ENRD News
Member States’ food security continues to suffer from shocks which the European Commission has committed to help tackle through a new eight-point international plan.
Launched in late March to support the United Nation’s (UN) food security agenda, this EU set of voluntary alliances for collective action intends to help transform food systems to advance the Farm to Fork Strategy. Topics include international networking of best practices in tackling food waste and nutrition issues, shifting production towards plant-based diets, and upscaling agro-ecology through local innovation, science, and knowledge. The UN also released information, at the end of March, of relevance to EU Member States about impacts of the Ukraine war on food security covering risks and recommendations – such as caution concerning spread of animal disease and the need to avoid introducing export barriers.
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