HelloFresh Launches Giving Program, LimeAid, to Help Feed Food Insecure Families

October 19, 2021 HelloFresh

As part of a worldwide initiative created by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, World Food Day brings awareness and actions to those who suffer from hunger and the need for a healthy diet. In honor of World Food Day, HelloFresh, the world’s leading meal kit company, is proud to announce today the launch of LimeAid, its giving program that provides support to families and individuals facing humanitarian crises, natural disasters, and other states of food insecurity.

AIPH Will Announce the Results of the First Global Plant Health Programmes Survey at the Virtual Plant Health Conference 2021

AIPH Technical Advisor, Dr Audrey Timm, will talk about AIPH’s national plant health survey. The survey was initiated in early 2021 to identify what support the industry has from programmes that define and standardise plant health systems and what processes are in place that address biosecurity risks and constraints relating to plant health measures across live plant supply chains.

Eating Seasonal and Local: EUFIC Launches 1st Ever Europe-Wide Interactive Fruit and Vegetables Map

In the context of the 2021 International Year of Fruits and Vegetables proclaimed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the new map provides accurate and science-based information to guide consumers in making healthy and more sustainable choices.

Dole Offers 10 Simple Ways to Get Your Fruits and Veggies During National Nutrition Month

March 3, 2021 Dole Food Company

Dole is offering 10 of its best and easiest recipes – and recipe hacks – for getting your fresh fruits and vegetables during National Nutrition Month in March and throughout 2021’s designation by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations as the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables.

Mediterranean and Black Sea Fisheries are Turning the Corner on Overexploitation

After decades of increasing human pressures on the Mediterranean and Black Sea marine ecosystems and fisheries resources, the latest data suggest that a corner is finally being turned on overexploitation of the region’s vital fish stocks.