Scientific and political discussions around the role of animal-source foods (ASFs) in healthy and environmentally sustainable diets are often polar
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High-performing food systems provide healthy and nutritious diets. They create dignified livelihoods for producers and benefit the economy.
Of the total food produced for human consumption, an estimated 14 per cent is lost, and an estimated 17 per cent is wasted, costing the global eco
The agrifood processing sector is increasingly essential to connect food system actors and transform the crops produced by farmers into the foods d
Agroecology has gained substantial relevance in political, agricultural and scientific discourse of sustainable food systems.
Fish is expected to contribute to healthy diets where it is affordable and accessible but the cost and availability of nutrient-rich foods, includi
Diverse aquatic foods – including animals, plants and microorganisms farmed in and harvested from water, as well as cell- and plant-based foods eme
UNICEF recognizes the importance of engaging business to achieve nutrition results for children.
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Food affordability is an important determinant of food choice and access, driving dietary patterns, nutrition status and overall health and environ
Aquatic food has a vital role to play in creating a global food system that supports a healthy human population on a healthy planet, yet it has bee
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Plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy products are increasing in popularity and have been identified as having an important role in the much-n
In recent years, the role of seafood or the ‘blue food’ as alternative animal protein has also been investigated, amid concerns over the impacts of
The global food system is responsible for more than 30% of total climate change emissions and 60% of biodiversity loss, and retailers – the bridge