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Nutrition habits in China changing, obesity on rise

Girl working in a rice field near Chengdu, Sichuan.  UN Photo/John Isaac

Obesity is on the rise in China because nutrition habits in the country are changing, according to a senior UN Food Agency Officer. Warren Lee, Senior Nutrition Officer at the Food and Agriculture…

24 Nov 2014 / Listen /

Unhealthy foods in Thailand creating new nutritional challenges

Rajata Rajatanavin Minister for Public Health of the Kingdom of Thailand. General Debate, Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2), FAO Headquarters (Plenary Hall).  ©FAO/©Alessandra Benedetti

An increased consumption of unhealthy foods in Thailand has created new nutritional challenges for the newly industrialized country, according…

22 Nov 2014 / Listen /

Countries at Rome conference vow to fight malnutrition

A farmer harvests sorghum produced from seeds donated by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) through the "Improving Seeds" project.  UN Photo/Fred Noy

Significant commitments have been made by over 170 countries in the fight against malnutrition, a senior UN official has…

21 Nov 2014 / Listen /

"Sky is the limit" for Africa says senior UN official

Gold being poured in a South African mine. South Africa has the world's largest gold-mining industry.  UN Photo

The sky will be the limit for African countries once they industrialize their agricultural sector. That's the view of…

21 Nov 2014 / Listen /
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