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This team has created a comprehensive definition for ‘r ecovery and redistribution for safe and nutritious food for human consumption’ . The knowledge tool focuses on policy and operational developments that include food safety and quality, human nutrition and the social dimension along with natural resources management and food systems governance.   Recovery of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to receive, with or without payment, food(processed, semi-processed or raw) which would otherwise be discarded or wasted from the agricultural, livestock and fisheries supply chains of the food system. Redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to store or process and then distribute the received food pursuant to appropriate safety, quality and regulatory frameworks directly or through intermediaries, and with or without payment, to those having access to it for food intake.  
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Score: 893991.3 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...news/news-details/en/c/288692/
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This team has created a comprehensive definition for ‘r ecovery and redistribution for safe and nutritious food for human consumption’ . The knowledge tool focuses on policy and operational developments that include food safety and quality, human nutrition and the social dimension along with natural resources management and food systems governance.   Recovery of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to receive, with or without payment, food(processed, semi-processed or raw) which would otherwise be discarded or wasted from the agricultural, livestock and fisheries supply chains of the food system. Redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to store or process and then distribute the received food pursuant to appropriate safety, quality and regulatory frameworks directly or through intermediaries, and with or without payment, to those having access to it for food intake.  
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Score: 893991.3 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-ar/ar/c/288692/
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STATE OF GLOBAL FOOD INSECURITY: RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 23 MAY 2022
State of global food insecurity A/RES/76/264 3/5 22-07925 Reaffirming the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the right to adequate food and the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger, Determined to address the global food security crisis on the basis of unity, solidarity and renewed multilateral cooperation, and recognizing the fundamental ro le of the United Nations system in catalysing and coordinating a comprehensive global response, under the leadership of the Secretary-General , 1. (...) Calls upon Member States and other relevant stakeholders to keep food and agriculture supply chains functioning, including capacity for seeding, protecting standing crops, rearing livestock, infrastructure for processing food, and all logistical systems, ensure the continued trade in and movement of food and livestock, products and inputs essential for agricultural and food production to markets, minimize food loss and waste, support workers and farmers, including women farmers, in agricultu re and food supply chains to continue their essential work, including cross-border, in a safe manner, mobilize and allocate adequate resources and enhance sustainab le infrastructure and institutional capacities for an accelerated implementation o f sustainable agriculture and food systems, provide continued access to adequate, safe, affordable and nutritious food, and provide adequate social safety nets and assistance to minimize the negative effects of loss of livelihoods and increasing food prices on food insecurity and malnutrition, and underlines that this is exacerbating existing high levels of acute food insecurity and humanitarian needs; 5. (...) Calls upon Member States to remain committed to keeping a strong focus on the sustainable transformation of the global agrifood system, aiming for a global system that can deliver sufficient, safe, affordable, nutritious food and healthy diets for all people and provide employment and income, particularly in rural areas, whi le at the same time fully respecting planetary boundaries in line with the 2030 Agenda A/RES/76/264 State of global food insecurity 22-07925 4/5 for Sustainable Development,3 the Paris Agreement,4 the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change5 and the Convention on Biological Diversity6 and its upcoming post-2020 global biodiversity framework; 7.
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Score: 893441.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/RES/76/264&Lang=E
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THE RIGHT TO FOOD : DRAFT RESOLUTION / ALGERIA, ANGOLA, BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF), CHINA, CUBA, EGYPT, ERITREA, HAITI, MEXICO, PARAGUAY, PERU, PORTUGAL, SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC, TURKEY, VENEZUELA (BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF), STATE OF PALESTINE
Also reaffirms the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the right to adequate food and the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger, so as to be able to fully develop and maintain his or her physical and mental capacities; 3. (...) Reaffirms the need to ensure that programmes delivering safe, sufficient, nutritious and culturally accepted food are inclusive and accessible to persons with disabilities; 11. (...) Reaffirms that integrating food and nutritional support with the goal of ensuring that all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life is part of a comprehensive effort to improve public health, including the response to the spread of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other diseases; 30.
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Score: 893412.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/37/L.21&Lang=E
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THE RIGHT TO FOOD : RESOLUTION / ADOPTED BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ON 22 MARCH 2018
Also reaffirms the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the right to adequate food and the fundamental right of everyone to be free from hunger, so as to be able to fully develop and maintain his or her physical and mental capacities; 3. (...) Reaffirms the need to ensure that programmes delivering safe, sufficient, nutritious and culturally accepted food are inclusive and accessible to persons with disabilities; 11. (...) Reaffirms that integrating food and nutritional support with the goal of ensuring that all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life is part of a comprehensive effort to improve public health, including the response to the spread of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other diseases; 30.
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Score: 893412.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/RES/37/10&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD, OLIVIER DE SCHUTTER : ADDENDUM
Local food systems can deliver considerable health and ecological benefits by increasing access to fresh and nutritious foods to children in schools, underserved urban and Northern remote communities, and older persons living in long-term care homes, among others. (...) et al., Affordability of a Nutritious Diet for Income Assistance Recipients in Nova Scotia (2002-2010), Canadian Journal of Public Health; For Ontario, see James Milway et al., The Poor Still Pay More: Challenges Low Income Families Face in Consuming a Nutritious Diet, Institute for Competitiveness Prosperity, December 2010. 29 Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) rates for a single person are Can$1,064 per month for basic needs and shelter. 30 Daily Bread Food Bank, “Fighting Hunger, Who’s Hungry: 2011 Profile of Hunger in the GTA,” p. 5, A/HRC/22/50/Add.1 12 the average amount remaining per person per day after rent and utilities are paid is $5.67, and 46 per cent of people living in subsidized housing have reported not eating for an entire day because of lack of money for food.31 36. (...) the risk of overweight and obesity in children; and to increase the availability and accessibility of nutritious foods, among others. 46. The Special Rapporteur commends the initiatives that have been adopted to date.
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Akech proudly narrated that, “When I delivered my sixth baby, my husband ordered that I eat chicken soup, meat, and other nutritious foods available during my post-delivery period.  (...) Helping communities eliminate ill-advised protocols from the past and replace it with current knowledge about eating nutritious foods after birth has become a mission for Akech. She said, “We [mothers] all require nutritious foods at all times during pregnancy and while lactating.” 
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Score: 890978.9 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...erceptions-and-growing-gardens
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Recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption | Technical Platform on the Measurement and Reduction of Food Loss and Waste | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Technical Platform on the Measurement and Reduction of Food Loss and Waste Background Food loss Food waste Community of Practice News Events Resources Register Login Introduction Food waste reduction Food waste measurement Recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption Recovery of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to receive, with or without payment, food (processed, semi-processed or raw) which would otherwise be discarded or wasted from the agricultural, livestock, forestry and fisheries supply chains of the food system. Redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption is to store or process and then distribute the received food pursuant to appropriate safety, quality and regulatory frameworks directly or through intermediaries, and with or without payment, to those having access to it for food intake. ( FAO, 2015 ) Country level guidance - selected information Current forms of recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food involve a variety of stakeholders in a diverse mix of initiatives, such as: gleaning networks, food banks (warehouse, direct service, virtual, mixed form), social supermarkets and community shops, food pantries, soup kitchens and community/charitable programmes, shelters, mixed form of social protection programmes that provides food, directly or indirectly, among other services. Countries around the world have initiated addressing the area of recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption through, among other, developing guidance on the implementation of such actions.
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Score: 890978.9 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ion/country-level-guidance/en/
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Developing countries post-harvest loss is impacting directly safe and nutritious food availability for human consumption while urban areas globally are challenged with addressing food waste prevention and reduction. (...) The panel presented the voluntary definition of recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption, context based solutions and practical examples at local, regional and global level. (...) Food waste will be a reality until we can prevent safe and nutritious food to be thrown away from agricultural, fisheries, and forestry supply chains.
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Score: 889738.1 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/.../news/newsdetails/ru/c/381916/
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Developing countries post-harvest loss is impacting directly safe and nutritious food availability for human consumption while urban areas globally are challenged with addressing food waste prevention and reduction. (...) The panel presented the voluntary definition of recovery and redistribution of safe and nutritious food for human consumption, context based solutions and practical examples at local, regional and global level. (...) Food waste will be a reality until we can prevent safe and nutritious food to be thrown away from agricultural, fisheries, and forestry supply chains.
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Score: 889738.1 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-ar/ar/c/381916/
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