Children are going to bed hungry in Sri Lanka. This was revealed by the United Nations. The report was released by a top official. The 2022 Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC), produced by United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the World Food Programme and the European says that the number of people
Plant scientist Felicity Hayes checks on her crops inside one of eight tiny domed greenhouses set against the Welsh hills. The potted pigeon pea and papaya planted in spring are leafy and green, soon to bear fruit. In a neighbouring greenhouse, those same plants look sickly and stunted. The pigeon pea is an aged yellow with pockmarked
The move, which will bring total available funding for projects over the next 15 months to $30 billion, was unveiled hours before a major United Nations meeting on global food security.
"There is no point in talking about how hard life is," said A.P.D. Sumanavathi, a 60-year-old woman selling fruit and vegetables in the Pettah market in Colombo, the commercial capital, on Friday.
The Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA) has signed two Musataha contracts with two local private sector companies to build and operate two farms, one in Al Ain and the other in Abu Dhabi, with a total value of around
Blueberry bison tamales, harvest salad with mixed greens, creamy carrot and wild rice soup, roasted turkey with squash. This contemporary Native American meal, crafted from the traditional foods of tribes across the United States and prepared with “Ketapanen” — a Menominee expression of love — cost caterer Jessica Pamonicutt
Britain's Greggs launched a vegan version of its popular steak bake, aiming to capitalise on the success of the meatless sausage roll.
Dubai Industrial City, one of the largest industrial hubs in Dubai and a member of TECOM Group, has leveraged the Gulfood 2020 platform to reiterate that the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Talk of the global population reaching 10 billion by 2050 has been around for some time. Yet, this statistic actually hides the real source of this growth, and its implications. Only two regions — sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia — will contribute the lion’s share of this new headcount. Indeed, elsewhere