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2018 - Preventing nutrient loss and waste across the food system: policy actions for high quality diet

http://glopan.org/sites/default/files/Downloads/GlopanFoodLossWastePolicyBrief.pdf

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Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition

This brief argues that a reduction in food loss and waste, particularly in high nutrient foods, has the potential to yield substantial nutritional benefits, contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, and the advancement of the Decade of Action on Nutrition. It also argues why addressing food waste and loss should be a new priority for improving nutrition. It  sets out the magnitude of the problem across the food system, as well as the main drivers. The same analysis is extended to quantify the benefits that could result if policymakers were to act to substantially reduce losses and waste. In the brief, the Global Panel concludes with six specific priorities for action to prevent food loss and waste, while improving access to high-quality diets.

Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, (Policy Brief n° 12), 28 p., November 2018

 

 

09 novembre 2018

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