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Comment view | Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Перейти к основному содержанию FAO Header menu О нас Мы в действии СТРАНЫ Темы СМИ ПУБЛИКАЦИИ СТАТИСТИКА ПАРТНЕРСТВО English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Main navigation Homepage Общие сведения Мероприятия Ресурсы Новости Участники Партнеры Г-жа Susan Kevork Nestle Швейцария 13.08.2019 Private Sector intiatives to address food waste : At Nestlé we have estimated our own losses along our entire value chain at 12%.This includes the losses upstream of the raw materials that we buy, and the losses in manufacturing, distribution and at the consumption stage. (...) In 2018, Nestlé UK and Ireland worked with other members of the IGD and WRAP Food Waste Measurement Task and Finish Group to develop guidance on measuring and reporting food loss and waste.Nestlé UK and Irelandalso launched an initiative that aimsto redistribute meals across the UK. Delivered in partnership with Company Shop and WRAP, the Waste Not, Want Not methodology will assess the main causes of food waste within food operations and reduce them at source where possible. By 2019, any surplus food should be redistributed to commercial and charitable organizations rather than being used for animal feed or anaerobic digestion, and the project aims to redistribute 2 million extra meals. The approach has already been tested at several Nestlé factories.
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susan.kevork_28979 | المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية تجاوز إلى المحتوى الرئيسي FAO Header menu إطبع إرسال عن المنظمة في ميدان العمل البلدان الموضوعات المطبوعات المطبوعات الإحصائيات الشراكات English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية Main navigation Homepage معلومات أساسية الأنشطة الموارد أخبار أعضاء المنتدى الشركاء بيانات العضو تصفح جميع الأعضاء السيدة Susan Kevork عضو منذ 2019 المنظمة: Nestle الدولة: سويسرا مجال (مجالات) الخبرة: الأمن الغذائي النظم الغذائية تغذية الصحة I am working on: Nutrient Profiling, product reformulation,Food Systems ,micronutrient fortifcation أسهم هذا العضو في: وضع مدونة للسلوك بشأن منع الفاقد والمُهدر من الأغذية المشاورات 19.07.2019 - 16.08.2019 السيدة Susan Kevork Nestle سويسرا 13.08.2019 Private Sector intiatives to address food waste : At Nestlé we have estimated our own losses along our entire value chain at 12%.This includes the losses upstream of the raw materials that we buy, and the losses in manufacturing, distribution and at the consumption stage. (...) In 2018, Nestlé UK and Ireland worked with other members of the IGD and WRAP Food Waste Measurement Task and Finish Group to develop guidance on measuring and reporting food loss and waste.Nestlé UK and Irelandalso launched an initiative that aimsto redistribute meals across the UK. Delivered in partnership with Company Shop and WRAP, the Waste Not, Want Not methodology will assess the main causes of food waste within food operations and reduce them at source where possible. By 2019, any surplus food should be redistributed to commercial and charitable organizations rather than being used for animal feed or anaerobic digestion, and the project aims to redistribute 2 million extra meals. The approach has already been tested at several Nestlé factories.
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Food guide Messages The guide for the general public provides recommendations based on the objectives of the PNNS, citing: Increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables, regardless of their forms (raw, cooked, natural, prepared, fresh, frozen or canned), to achieve at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. (...) They should be present at each meal. Eat meat, fish, other seafood and eggs alternating 1 or 2 times per day, giving preference to leaner meat cuts and fish (at least twice a week) Limit the consumption of sugar and foods high in sugar (soft drinks, candies, chocolate, pastries, desserts, etc). (...) The PNNS also issues 9 reference points for a healthy diet: 5 portions of fruits and vegetables per day; 3 portions of dairy per day; starches at each meal and according to appetite; meats, fish and eggs 1 or 2 times per day; limit fats, sugar and salt; drink water at will; and practice physical activity at least 30 minutes per day. 
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Food guide Messages The guide for the general public provides recommendations based on the objectives of the PNNS, citing: Increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables, regardless of their forms (raw, cooked, natural, prepared, fresh, frozen or canned), to achieve at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. (...) They should be present at each meal. Eat meat, fish, other seafood and eggs alternating 1 or 2 times per day, giving preference to leaner meat cuts and fish (at least twice a week) Limit the consumption of sugar and foods high in sugar (soft drinks, candies, chocolate, pastries, desserts, etc). (...) The PNNS also issues 9 reference points for a healthy diet: 5 portions of fruits and vegetables per day; 3 portions of dairy per day; starches at each meal and according to appetite; meats, fish and eggs 1 or 2 times per day; limit fats, sugar and salt; drink water at will; and practice physical activity at least 30 minutes per day. 
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Food guide Messages The guide for the general public provides recommendations based on the objectives of the PNNS, citing: Increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables, regardless of their forms (raw, cooked, natural, prepared, fresh, frozen or canned), to achieve at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. (...) They should be present at each meal. Eat meat, fish, other seafood and eggs alternating 1 or 2 times per day, giving preference to leaner meat cuts and fish (at least twice a week) Limit the consumption of sugar and foods high in sugar (soft drinks, candies, chocolate, pastries, desserts, etc). (...) The PNNS also issues 9 reference points for a healthy diet: 5 portions of fruits and vegetables per day; 3 portions of dairy per day; starches at each meal and according to appetite; meats, fish and eggs 1 or 2 times per day; limit fats, sugar and salt; drink water at will; and practice physical activity at least 30 minutes per day. 
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Comment view | Forum global sur la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition (Forum FSN) Aller au contenu principal FAO Header menu À propos En action Pays Thèmes Médias Publications Statistiques Partenaires English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский Forum global sur la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition (Forum FSN) Forum global sur la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition (Forum FSN) Main navigation Homepage Contexte Activités Ressources Nouvelles Membres Partenaires Mme Susan Kevork Nestle Suisse 13.08.2019 Private Sector intiatives to address food waste : At Nestlé we have estimated our own losses along our entire value chain at 12%.This includes the losses upstream of the raw materials that we buy, and the losses in manufacturing, distribution and at the consumption stage. (...) In 2018, Nestlé UK and Ireland worked with other members of the IGD and WRAP Food Waste Measurement Task and Finish Group to develop guidance on measuring and reporting food loss and waste.Nestlé UK and Irelandalso launched an initiative that aimsto redistribute meals across the UK. Delivered in partnership with Company Shop and WRAP, the Waste Not, Want Not methodology will assess the main causes of food waste within food operations and reduce them at source where possible. By 2019, any surplus food should be redistributed to commercial and charitable organizations rather than being used for animal feed or anaerobic digestion, and the project aims to redistribute 2 million extra meals. The approach has already been tested at several Nestlé factories.
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Score: 1244365 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/comment/9577
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Food guide Messages The guide for the general public provides recommendations based on the objectives of the PNNS, citing: Increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables, regardless of their forms (raw, cooked, natural, prepared, fresh, frozen or canned), to achieve at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. (...) They should be present at each meal. Eat meat, fish, other seafood and eggs alternating 1 or 2 times per day, giving preference to leaner meat cuts and fish (at least twice a week) Limit the consumption of sugar and foods high in sugar (soft drinks, candies, chocolate, pastries, desserts, etc). (...) The PNNS also issues 9 reference points for a healthy diet: 5 portions of fruits and vegetables per day; 3 portions of dairy per day; starches at each meal and according to appetite; meats, fish and eggs 1 or 2 times per day; limit fats, sugar and salt; drink water at will; and practice physical activity at least 30 minutes per day. 
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Government should be part of the solution ◦ Some actions: simplify registration requirements for SMEs, and create one-stop centre ◦ Improve business and legal environment: tax laws; time-limited incentives; better access to finance; do not criminalise payment default and simplify bankruptsy rules ◦ Promote meaningful training and institutional capacity development  2. Process Africa’s raw materials is a must. It generates jobs, attracts FDI, transfers technology, promotes strengthening of social services, engages the youth and women, and adds net value  3. (...)  For entrepreneurs: incubator models  For management: how to develop business strategy, plan, follow up, etc  For specialised skills: practice-oriented participatory training; internships  Involve large businesses through internships, supply chain opportunities, quality standards  Develop an integrated plan, nationally and by sector. Piece-meal approaches do not work  Establish time-bound goals and progress indicators  Distinguish between the “S” and “M” in terms of needs  Provide incentives promoting change: hiring youth and women, awards, tax holidays, etc  Benefit from other countries experiences..
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Score: 1238573.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/n...g_productive_job-rich_smes.pdf
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Slide 1 European initiatives on commodity derivatives markets Florence Buchholzer DG for Agriculture and Rural Development FAO event on Food price volatility and the role of speculation Rome 06/07/2012 Focus on the agri-food sector • Analysis on agricultural markets • Prices and Volatility • EC Communications on • Food prices/Raw materials • Policy and legislative developments • ESMA, EMIR, MIFID, MAD… Summary of DG AGRI analysis • 2007/08 food crisis • Combination of supply and demand developments, exacerbated by economic and policy factors Factors specific to financial markets might have amplified price changes • 2011 update “ High commodity prices and volatility” • http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/analysis/tradepol/commodityprice s/market-briefs/01_en.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/analysis/tradepol/commodityprices/market-briefs/01_en.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/analysis/tradepol/commodityprices/market-briefs/01_en.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/analysis/tradepol/commodityprices/market-briefs/01_en.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/analysis/tradepol/commodityprices/market-briefs/01_en.pdf Coefficient of variation for selected products, long-term price series 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Palm oil Soybeans Soybean oil Soybean meal Maize Rice Thai 5% US HRW wheat Beef Chicken meat Sugar 1961-1972 1973-1984 1985-1996 1997-2008 The analysis shows • Price volatility higher in recent periods for most products, with the exception of beef, poultry, sugar (higher in the 70s, NB data analysed up to 2008) • Increase in EU price volatility sometimes higher than increase at world level (CAP reform process improving market orientation) • Co-movement across commodity markets Food prices/chain Communications of the European Commission • Tackling the challenge of rising food prices COM(2008) 321 of 20/5/2008 • Food prices in Europe COM(2008) 821 of 9/12/2008 • A better functioning food supply chain in Europe COM(2009) 591 of 28/10/2009 • + Accompanying working documents (1 on derivatives) • http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/articles/structural_reforms/artic le16028_en.htm http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/articles/structural_reforms/article16028_en.htm http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/articles/structural_reforms/article16028_en.htm Issues about derivatives • Strong debate on excessive speculation in the US, including policy and regulatory initiatives • No major problem of excessive speculation or lack of convergence on EU futures markets • But some issues  Activity on EU futures, options and OTC increases, so is volatility  Differences in regulatory approaches: EU-US, within EU. Risk of regulatory arbitrage.  Markets are “global Commission working document on ag. commodity derivatives http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/publications/publication16071_en.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/publications/publication16071_en.pdf For a better functioning EU food chain • Prices in the EU: Issues about  volatility  transmission of changes along the food chain  transparency • Need to improve the oversight and overall transparency of agricultural commodity derivatives  Futures as a tool to cope with price volatility for price discovery and hedging Main initiatives relating to derivatives • Creation of European Securities Market Authority (ESMA) • Communication « tackling the challenges in commodity markets and on raw materials » COM(2011) 25 • Regulation for Over The Counter trading (EMIR) • Review of the market in financial instrument directive (MIFID) • Review of market abuse directive (MAD) European Market Infrastructure Regulation  Commission proposal in September 2010 • Mandatory central clearing for OTC derivatives • Reported to trade repositories  Regulation adopted in 2012 Market Abuse legislation  Proposal in October 2011: The review of the Market Abuse Directive aims to clarify what trading in commodity markets constitutes abuse, and to ensure that all venues and transactions where abusive practices can occur are properly covered under pan-EU rules;  In co-decision process (Parliament, Council) MiFID review  Proposal in October 2011 • More robust and efficient market structures • Take into account technological innovation • Increase transparency • Reinforce supervisory powers and a stricter framework for commodity derivatives markets • Stronger investor protection  In co-decision process MiFID on commodity derivatives • Extension of appropriate transparency and reporting requirements to all trading in commodity derivatives • Introduction of position reporting obligations by categories of traders defined at EU level • Position limits or alternative arrangements with equivalent effect applied to prevent market abuse, support orderly pricing and settlement conditions International context • Volatility high on international agenda • EU actively contributes (e.g.
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Score: 1232009.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...modity_derivatives_markets.pdf
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HANDBOOK ON THE SCHEME OF JAPAN : GENERALIZED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES
(b) All raw materials consisting only of goods exported from Japan to the five countries. (c) All raw materials consisting only of the goods prescribed in (a) and (b). (d) If mixed with raw materials from other countries (with the exception of goods exported from Japan), the portion of the raw materials which conform to the provisions of (a) through (c).
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Score: 1229980 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../ITCD/TSB/MISC.42/REV.3&Lang=E
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