Food report looks at eating habits over next decade

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The eating habits of people across the world over the next decade are being predicted in a new study by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

The latest Agricultural Outlook report by the OECD, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the FAO looks at how changing eating habits are transforming what farmers are growing.

Cereals are still at the core of what people eat, but in many parts of the world diets are becoming higher in protein, fats and sugar as incomes rise and urbanisation increases.

Sandra Ferrari asked the FAO's Holger Matthey about the report.

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