World Food Day 2020: Maintaining a kitchen garden helps to build good nutritional, physical, neurological and mental health
Growing your own food, especially via kitchen gardens in urban areas, is one effective way of maintaining your connection with nature and reaching the above-mentioned health goals even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
World Food Day 2020: On 75th anniversary, FAO stresses need for access to nutritious food for all amid COVID-19 crisis
The coronavirus pandemic has deeply affected the food and agriculture arena, prompting the theme this year for World Food Day to be 'grow, nourish, sustain, together'
Irish chef Rachel Allen's show documents recipes from people’s homes, country kitchens along Ireland coastline
Sony BBC Earth's part-travelogue, part-cookery show Rachel's Coastal Cooking features celebrity chef Rachel Allen cook among people and places of Irish coastline.
The theme of this year’s World Food Day is “Our Actions Are Our Future, Healthy Diets for A #ZeroHunger World.”
The UN aims to achieve a Zero Hunger world by 2030, but faces three obstacles: conflicts, climate change and an economic slowdown.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is leading this campaign where about 7,500 cyclists are expected to participate in over 18,000-kilometre relay cycle rally travelling across six tracks through almost every state and Union Territory over 100 days to propagate a powerful message 'Eat Right India'.
World Food Day is observed to commemorate the anniversary of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945.