पंजाब-हरियाणा से एमएसपी पर खरीद बंद करने की सिफारिश, किसानों को बोनस न दें राज्य
कृषि लागत और मूल्य आयोग ने सिफारिश की है कि अनाज गोदामों में स्टॉक को कम करने के लिए सरकारी खरीद कम की जाए ...
South Korea commits $20 million to ending world hunger
Agreement with UN World Food Programme marks South Korea’s transition from recipient to donor
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Difficult to digest
After much debate, the Cabinet cleared the food security bill. Will it really ensure food for every Indian?
Is it safe?
Today every European and some Asians are asking themselves: How safe is the food we eat?
Not just water
Mineral or drinking water? Government sets new standards to reorganise the bottled water industry
Confessions of a fast food junkie
Book>> Stuffed and Starved by Raj Patel Harper Collins Delhi 2008
US not keen to trade freely
Bring farmers to farms
‘Pesticides, antibiotic use and ultra-processing threaten food safety in India’
Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment says that in addition to microbiological and chemical contamination, factors like salt, sugar and …
Model in a fix
Chhattisgarh's much appreciated public distribution scheme is falling apart due to corruption and mismanagement
Eat at your own risk
Junk food is bad for health. Its definition tells its inner story—food that is high on calories and saturated fat but low on nutrition.
Junk food in schools: high court asks FSSAI to frame rules
Food standards authority says it has invited proposals for developing guidelines for making available quality food in school canteens
The China affair what it means to us
Collapse of the former Soviet market and an indifferent attitude to quality clips Nilgiris tea industry
Moscow introduces GM-free label
Pro-industry food safety and standards bill does not address safety concerns
"We may find in the long run that tinned food is a deadlier weapon than the machine-gun." -- George Orwell in his 1937 novel The Road …
ICDS gets packaged food for the malnourished
Indian farmers get short shrift as country imports wheat
COVID-19: Asia-Pacific countries must act against recession-induced hunger
Sub-Saharan Africa, home to the world’s highest hunger rates, must now brace for its first recession in a quarter of a century
Sunita Narain talks about good food
Food is becoming sterile and processed, says Sunita Narain at the launch of the First Food: Culture of Taste, a Down To Earth publication
Farmers on holiday
Andhra farmers shun growing paddy this kharif in absence of buyers, storage space
Decade-old FAO guidelines still the way ahead for food security, says report
No consensus at forums like WTO dangerous for international food security, it adds