World Food Forum
30
OCT
2017
Patrizia Brigidi

Patrizia Brigidi

Full Professor - Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology - University of Bologna

30
OCT
2017

Giuseppe Diegoli

Executive Health Professional Veterinary and Food Hygene Regione Emilia-Romagna - Assessorato Politiche per la Salute

30
OCT
2017

Francesco Capozzi

Professor of Chemistry - Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences - Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna

30
OCT
2017

Marco Pedroni

President of Coop Italia

02
AUG
2016

Food security: Kyrgyzstan and World Food Programme launch skill training

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic agreed to develop training courses and coaching services related to techniques in agriculture, to improve the knowledge, livelihoods and food security of the poor and vulnerable across the...
02
AUG
2016

Why is technological innovation crucial in developing countries? Because it can help to reduce food waste and to promote the production of safe and healthy foods

Vittorio Zambrini, Quality, Innovation, Security and Environment Director at Granarolo SpA How can technological innovation promote food safety in developing countries? Technological innovation can sustain food security in developing countries at local production level, at...
25
JUL
2016

The Social Fridge: the Argentine answer to the interconnected problems of hunger and food waste

According to FAO’s latest estimates, there are 47 million people – around 8% of the population – suffering from hunger in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. Yet, says the FAO, the region produces more than enough food to feed everybody. Now, a new Argentine venture...
25
JUL
2016

How can we feed the world? We have to attract private sector investments to smallholder agriculture

Adolfo Brizzi, Director of Policy & Technical Advisory Division of the International Fund for Agricultural Developmen (IFAD) What’s the first step we have to take to feed the planet? It has been made abundantly clear that we will need more food to feed the 9 billion people...
18
JUL
2016

To ensure food safety we have to undestand biological systems and fight natural toxins

Rudolf Krska, Head of the Center for Analytical Chemistry of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna What is the impact of climate change on food safety? Climate change can potentially make our food system vulnerable towards issues in relation with...
18
JUL
2016

Food security: FAO supports South Sudan households with tools and seeds to resume food production

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said it has distributed vital crop seeds and tools to over 180,000 household farmers in South Sudan. The initiative, it said, will benefit 1.1 million people in the nation. The agency anticipates that seeds will reach the...