India-based Chef Vishnu Manohar managed to spread awareness about World Food Day recently when he cooked 3,000 kg of khichdi in a single utensil.Read More
As the world continues to stare at an impending large-scale food shortage, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) is back with World Food Day – a celebration that aims to take the world towards #ZeroHunger.
A woman from the Uttar Pradesh state of India reportedly immolated herself recently after being told she had prepared bland food.
North Korea’s humanitarian situation remains dire, with widespread chronic food insecurity and malnutrition, the United Nations emergency food relief agency has warned, urging greater and sustained funding for its aid operations there.
Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian national cricket team in all formats and one of the most exciting cricketers around, has reportedly turned vegan. The move has prompted many to ask: What is veganism?
With food deprivation on the rise due to conflict and climate change, more people went hungry in 2017 than at any time in the previous decade, according to the latest edition of the UN’s annual multi-agency flagship report on the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World.
Some European supermarkets are reportedly looking to source packaged food and beverages from India, and this could start with Spain.
There will be “no sustainable future without eradicating poverty and hunger,” the United Nations agriculture agency chief spelled out last month, launching the Food and Agriculture Organisation’s (FAO) latest flagship publication, on the world’s Agricultural Commodity Markets.
The pastry scene in India is undergoing a sea-change, with people switching from many traditional desserts to ones that were once found only in five-star menus, says Chef Kimberly Rozario.
Unrelenting conflict and rapid climate change is continuing to reshape agriculture across the world, and contributing to major food shortages across 39 countries, which continue to rely on help from the United Nations to meet their food needs, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said recently.