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Incentivizing production of healthy and nutritious foods

On May 5th, 2020 the Private Sector Mechanism had the opportunity to virtually meet with the Food Systems Summit Special Envoy Madame Agnes Kalibata. Five members of the Mechanism were able to make statements on potential action pathways. 

Below you will see the address presented by Mr. Rocco Renaldi. Mr. Renaldi is the Secretary General of the International Food and Beverage Alliance. He took the opportunity to speak on incentivizing the production of healthy and nutritious foods. 

In June 2020 Lloyd's Register, in partnership with the United Nations Global Compact's Action Platform for Sustainable Ocean Business, released The Seaweed Manifesto. The document looks at the potential of the seaweed industry and examines the positive impact this growing area could have on the SDGs. You can read the full document here. 

On May 5th, 2020 the Private Sector Mechanism had the opportunity to virtually meet with the Food Systems Summit Special Envoy Madame Agnes Kalibata. Five members of the Mechanism were able to make statements on potential action pathways. 

Below you will see the address presented by Ms. Margaret Munene. Ms. Munene is part of the Global Dairy Platform and Managing Director of Palmhouse Dairy. She spoke on the Livelihoods and Supply Chain action pathway. 

"The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a number of collateral setbacks, not the least of which are the ongoing breakdowns in the global food system. This is especially troubling, given that before the pandemic, hunger was already on the rise with nearly two billion people across the globe suffering from food and nutrition insecurity."

Solutions from the Land explores how agriculture can help in the food crisis in their blog here.

RT @FAO: 1⃣4⃣% of the 🌏’s food is lost between post-harvest and before the retail stage. Reducing foodloss & foodwaste is a GLOBAL issu…
Thursday, 06 August 2020 19:58