A sustainable food system is a system that delivers food security and nutrition for all in such a way that the economic, social and environmental b
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Mongolia’s projected warming is far above the global average and could exceed 5 °C by the end of the century.
Informal settlements in South Africa are facing diverse challenges such as land inaccessibility for food production, poverty, unemployment, malnutr
To achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of zero hunger, multi-sectoral strategies to improve nutrition are necessary.
Despite the growing knowledge that food system solutions should account for interactions and drivers across scales, broader societal debate on how
The current way our food systems operate does not result in healthy and nutritious diets for all, nor are we producing food in a manner that the pl
The humanitarian crisis in Yemen remains the worst in the world.
The initiative “Nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems for Ghanaian SMEs: leveraging small and medium enterprises to improve nutrition” i
Globally, levels of hunger remain alarmingly high.
This is the one of four case studies in this special section of FEX to highlight the importance of a strong contextual analysis to guide the approp
This is a special section of Field Exchange (FEX) focusing on complementary feeding programming in fragile and emergency contexts.
Many countries in the world, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), are battling with fundamental sustainable development challenges such as wides
Do global eating patterns lead to good or bad health outcomes?
Food environments are crucial spaces within the food system for understanding and addressing many of the shared drivers of malnutrition.
There are current initiatives to make food processing sustainable; however, there is limited understanding of how these improvements influence plan
Many consequences of climate change undermine the stability of global food systems, decreasing food security and diet quality, and exposing vulnera
Urban public food procurement can address malnutrition and improve the beneficiary experience at public institutions whilst reshaping food systems