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those on relief in kind, but the intake of calories and of the different food factors was too low (...) Europe, beans are second only to cereals as a regular source of calories in the rural dietary (...) of Sofia from studies made in 1935/36 that the average intake of the peasant is 3,400 calories, which
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Score: 1522471.6 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...cilMSD/C-183-M-112-1939_EN.pdf
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4 Dietary energy supply per caput, 1992-94 (Calories) < 1 900 1 900 - 2 100 2 100 - 2 400 2 400 - 2 (...) supply While levels of DES (average energy supply per caput per day, measured in Calories) have increased (...) substantially as a world average since 1970, in many countries they remain very low. Unless determined efforts
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Score: 1514014.4 - https://www.fao.org/wfs/final/WFSmaps/Map04-e.pdf
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with high-, moderate- and low- likelihoods of calorie and protein deficits. Household-level calorie (...) seeds) for household calorie and protein supplies and demonstrates their scope across households (...) by food deficit status as low, moderate or high likelihood. In Ethiopia, especially wet seasons were
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Score: 1500290.1 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/ru/c/1470022/
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Low food prices foreseen in 2017-2026, but countries need to keep markets stable – UN-OECD report (...) Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Low food prices foreseen in 2017-2026, but countries need to keep markets (...) stable – UN-OECD report Low food prices foreseen in 2017-2026, but countries need to keep markets stable
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Score: 1492473.4 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...markets-stable-un-oecd-report/
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per year [i] , equivalent to 24 percent of all food calories produced for human consumption [ii (...) for more than 520 million tonnes, equivalent to nearly 8 percent of all food calories produced. Losses (...) 12 percent of all calories produced in Africa. Food losses take a heavy toll on food security
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Score: 1481024.3 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-ar/ar/c/429182/
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per year [i] , equivalent to 24 percent of all food calories produced for human consumption [ii (...) for more than 520 million tonnes, equivalent to nearly 8 percent of all food calories produced. Losses (...) 12 percent of all calories produced in Africa. Food losses take a heavy toll on food security
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Score: 1481024.3 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/.../news/newsdetails/ru/c/429182/
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to 24 percent of all food calories produced for human consumption [ii] . These totals encompass (...) million tonnes, equivalent to nearly 8 percent of all food calories produced. Losses on the farm (...) of all calories produced in Africa. Food losses take a heavy toll on food security … The high burden
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Score: 1481024.3 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...news/news-details/en/c/429182/
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calories produced for human consumption [ii] . These totals encompass the entire value chain (...) to nearly 8 percent of all food calories produced. Losses on the farm and during storage are particularly (...) high in poorer countries, exceeding 1 billion tonnes or nearly 12 percent of all calories produced
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Score: 1454441.8 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-zh/zh/c/429182/
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are equivalent to some 2 700 calories per person per day, up from 2 300 calories 30 years ago. At the one extreme (...) , in Western Europe per caput food availabilities stand at some 3 500 calories and in North America at some 3 (...) 600. At the other extreme, average per caput food availabilities are only 2 170 calories in sub
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Score: 1444338.3 - https://www.fao.org/wfs/resource/english/NERC96-4.HTM
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for direct human consumption is equivalent to some 2 700 calories per person per day, up from 2 300 calories (...) calories and in North America at some 3 600. At the other extreme, average per caput food availabilities (...) are only 2 300 calories in Africa. 3. Despite the considerable progress achieved in increasing per caput
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Score: 1395372.9 - https://www.fao.org/wfs/resource/english/arc96-4.htm
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