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More Women Owning Agricultural Land in Africa Means Increased Food Security and Nutrition
Despite women being key figures in agriculture and food security, gender inequality is holding back progress towards ending hunger, poverty, and creating sustainable food systems.
SA’s honey imports keep rising
The country is a honey-deficient producer, but imports don’t come with pollinators or support jobs.
R10m food donation to hungry South Africans
FOOD COMPANY TAKES ACTION – DONATES R10M WORTH OF NOODLES TO HUNGRY SOUTH AFRICANS
Waste not, want not - even if it is ‘ugly food’
In two weeks’ time communities will be marking World Food Day. The aim: to eliminate hunger. Leaders from continents across the world have already committed themselves to ensure there is zero hunger for all by the year 2030.
Food gardens coming to four Rand West City schools
Food insecurity and high poverty levels are a worrisome reality in most communities in the local municipality. South Deep will help schools to farm.
Salmonella Outbreak in Canada Linked to Frozen Raw Breaded Chicken Products Not Over After All
The Salmonella outbreak in Canada that is linked to frozen raw breaded chicken products is not over after all, according to Public Health Canada. In fact, a new recall was just issued for Unbranded $10 Chicken Fries, because they too may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.
Food you've never heard of could end hunger
According to Crop Trust, an international organization working to safeguard agriculture, we only use about 1 percent of available crops to fuel our diets. That could put the future of our food system at risk.
Beware of false confidence: drought update
Winter has proven to be a nail-biting season for the Western Cape since the announcement earlier this year of a looming water crisis – Day Zero. The Eastern and Northern Cape provinces are also still suffering through a drought.
South Africans use a shocking amount of plastic every year & only 16% is recycled!
“It is past time that we tackle the plastic problem that blights our oceans. Plastic pollution is surfing onto Indonesian beaches, settling onto the ocean floor at the North Pole, and rising through the food chain onto our dinner tables. We’ve stood by too long as the problem has
With food safety and quality a continual topic of importance, researcher finds unique ways to boost and protect strawberry crops
Food production continues to be an important topic of discussion, but so does food safety. That’s why Ruplal Choudhary, bioprocess engineer and associate professor of plant, soil and agricultural systems at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, is addressing both topics in a
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