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Pathawit Chongsermsirisakul Chulalongkorn University and SiPa Research Organization Таиланд 08.10.2020 In the crisis of the COVID epidemic, there is a shift in the raw materials and ingredients businesses that will be used for cooking across the country. (...) All countries have turned to domestic or regional consumers as humans still have to consume three meals a day to survive. Local food is the only way for all countries, even higher or more expensive than ever. (...) Therefore, Real-time monitoring should be designed and utilized to strengthen of existing local food production such as the cop strategies, climate, conflict data of local food raw materials and ingredients, price information, and other factors to identify the likelihood of acute food insecurity and help policy makers enact timely policy responses for early warning systems and support preventative policy responses to food crisis risk in each local area. развернуть, чтобы читать далее читать на отдельной странице See the attachments: In the crisis of the COVID epidemic.pdf Доступ к вашей учетной записи Забыли пароль?
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Score: 1364794.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/comment/10235
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Pathawit Chongsermsirisakul Chulalongkorn University and SiPa Research Organization Thaïlande 08.10.2020 In the crisis of the COVID epidemic, there is a shift in the raw materials and ingredients businesses that will be used for cooking across the country. (...) All countries have turned to domestic or regional consumers as humans still have to consume three meals a day to survive. Local food is the only way for all countries, even higher or more expensive than ever. (...) Therefore, Real-time monitoring should be designed and utilized to strengthen of existing local food production such as the cop strategies, climate, conflict data of local food raw materials and ingredients, price information, and other factors to identify the likelihood of acute food insecurity and help policy makers enact timely policy responses for early warning systems and support preventative policy responses to food crisis risk in each local area.
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Score: 1364794.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/10235
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Pathawit Chongsermsirisakul Chulalongkorn University and SiPa Research Organization Tailandia 08.10.2020 In the crisis of the COVID epidemic, there is a shift in the raw materials and ingredients businesses that will be used for cooking across the country. (...) All countries have turned to domestic or regional consumers as humans still have to consume three meals a day to survive. Local food is the only way for all countries, even higher or more expensive than ever. (...) Therefore, Real-time monitoring should be designed and utilized to strengthen of existing local food production such as the cop strategies, climate, conflict data of local food raw materials and ingredients, price information, and other factors to identify the likelihood of acute food insecurity and help policy makers enact timely policy responses for early warning systems and support preventative policy responses to food crisis risk in each local area. ampliar para leer más leer en una página separada See the attachments: In the crisis of the COVID epidemic.pdf Acceda a su cuenta ¿Olvidó la contraseña?
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Pathawit Chongsermsirisakul Chulalongkorn University and SiPa Research Organization Thaïlande 08.10.2020 In the crisis of the COVID epidemic, there is a shift in the raw materials and ingredients businesses that will be used for cooking across the country. (...) All countries have turned to domestic or regional consumers as humans still have to consume three meals a day to survive. Local food is the only way for all countries, even higher or more expensive than ever. (...) Therefore, Real-time monitoring should be designed and utilized to strengthen of existing local food production such as the cop strategies, climate, conflict data of local food raw materials and ingredients, price information, and other factors to identify the likelihood of acute food insecurity and help policy makers enact timely policy responses for early warning systems and support preventative policy responses to food crisis risk in each local area.
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Pathawit Chongsermsirisakul Chulalongkorn University and SiPa Research Organization Tailandia 08.10.2020 In the crisis of the COVID epidemic, there is a shift in the raw materials and ingredients businesses that will be used for cooking across the country. (...) All countries have turned to domestic or regional consumers as humans still have to consume three meals a day to survive. Local food is the only way for all countries, even higher or more expensive than ever. (...) Therefore, Real-time monitoring should be designed and utilized to strengthen of existing local food production such as the cop strategies, climate, conflict data of local food raw materials and ingredients, price information, and other factors to identify the likelihood of acute food insecurity and help policy makers enact timely policy responses for early warning systems and support preventative policy responses to food crisis risk in each local area. ampliar para leer más leer en una página separada See the attachments: In the crisis of the COVID epidemic.pdf Acceda a su cuenta ¿Olvidó la contraseña?
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FISHERIES INDUSTRIES: PAPER VI
Unliks othsr industries, it is neoessary to condu~t a hunting opsration in ordsr to produoe the raw material. Also, in most fiSheriss, a major proportion of ths total capital investment in the industry is required for ths equipment and facilities for produoing the raw material. (...) Other canning in quantity has been based on pilohard, whioh is also a principal raw matsrial for the manufacture of fish meal and fish oil and available in quantity along the south-west ooast. (...) A primary requirement for developing an induetrial operation based on the manufaoture of fieh meal and fish oil is to have a plentiful and very low cost source of raw material.
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Score: 1362354.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.14/III/21&Lang=E
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VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS AND ANIMAL FEED INDUSTRIES IN LEBANON BY RAJA TANNOUS
id,75-323 - 2 - TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction II Raw I.'Iaterials A. B. c. D. Availability Suitability Prices Imports and Exports III Production and Processing (Description of existing plants) Ao B. (...) Thee suitability of the raw materials greatly depends on the sources of the oil seeds and oils. (...) Although the capacity of the plant is 70 tons/day 1 chis capacity is not ordinarily reached due to raw material unavailability and product marketing difficulties.
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Score: 1360191.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=ID/WG.201/2&Lang=E
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However, actions carried out in food services were also mentioned, from the planning of menus and the purchase of raw materials (mainly local and organic foods, vegetarian/vegan menus) to the distribution of meals (reduction of organic and inorganic waste: composting, recycling, donating food, and portion sizes). (...) Nearly all studies examining universal free school meals found positive associations with school meal participation. (...) Further research is needed to examine the financial implications of universal free meals for both school districts and families. Overall, universal free school meals may have multiple benefits for students and countries should consider universal free school meal provisions with strong nutrition guidelines.
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Score: 1343720.1 - https://www.fao.org/platforms/...urces/articles/school-meals/en
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THE ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE AND CONTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRIES BASED ON RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONS REQUIRED FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT
Except for Japan, which in any case is at a higher stage of develop- ment than the others, agro-industries account for the major portion of employment and value added by industries, Judging from the experience of India and Japan, it would seem that the relative importance of these industries tend to diminish as industrialization proceeds, This would also indicate that these industries are the pioneer ones to be established in developing countries, Raw Material Availability and Transport Costs 11. A major reason for starting with these agricultural products processing industries is the ready availability of the raw material locally and the fact that over a range of these industries, especially in the initial forms of processing, the principal cost element is that of the basic raw material input, -5- Table 4, Basic raw material costs as percentage of total manufacturing costs Commodity Percentage Sugar manufacture Vegetable oil extraction Starch manufacture Saw milling Pulp and paper Plywood Canned fish Fish meal Leather manufacture Source: FAO 70-80 75-85 50-60 50-70 30-50 30-50 40-60 40-60 60-70 12, Although processing and manufacturing industries have been set up in a few countries without an indigenous raw material base, e,g, Hongkong, jute in post-partition India, the availability of the raw material is a definite incentive to further processing and its availability at reasonable cost could go far towards offsetting any disadvantage represented by higher capital costs or poorly developed infrastructure, 13, This factor, combined with transport and technological considerations, can be of decisive significance in determining the location of a processing industry in the primary producing country, It is thus relatively more economic to establish processing industries near the source of the raw material for commodities like some forest products which are lighter and easier to transport than the original logwood, meat where processing reduces weight and volume and finally for products like fish or similar food products which are so perishable that they can be transported only in processed form, Another example is the cassava processing industry, The roots of this plant contain around 20 - 25 percent starch in weight and the processing industry has to be set up in the production area to avoid high transport costs as well as for technological reasons, The same applies to the sugar industry and also the initial ~=essing of vegetable fibres, such as the ginning of cotton, decortication of sisal, jute, abaca, etc,, must be carried out in the area of production of the raw material, However, in other commodities transport costs may be of a less decisive character, In the case of some grains, shipment of the raw product in bulk is frequently cheaper and easier to handle while with oilseeds and their processed forms of oil and cake or meal, they can all be stored or shipped quite satis- factorily and because their weight and bulk is approximately the same in both processed or unprocessed forms, there is technical freedom of choice as to the location of processing, However, seeds from the oil palm and fruits from olives being of a perishable nature require rapid processing and hence establishment of processing facilities in the producing area, -b- Economies of Scale and the Size of the Market 14, Valid generalizations about agricultural processing industries as a group are difficult to make owing to the wide variety of industries in this category, One of the principal economic considerations,, for example, in the operation of an efficient and competitive industry are economies of scale. (...) (a) Research 34, Research of a technical nature in this type of industry must not only cover the manufacturing aspect but also extend backwards into the raw material production and procurement phases, Thus, for a successful fruit canning and pressing industry, new varieties which have the required properties for processing may have to be developed, 3 5.
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Score: 1335944.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=E/CN.14/AS/III/7&Lang=E
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The family expects to harvest enough rice to feed themselves for at least four months and enough vegetables to last the whole monsoon season. Ze Bu Raw Man Ze Bu Raw Man, of Let Wai Dat Ywar Thit Village, Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State, Myanmar, also benefited from the MHF-funded project. (...) With the inputs provided by the project, Ze Bu Raw Man and his family are expected to harvest enough rice and vegetables to cover their own food needs for the next few months. Ze Bu Raw Man highlighted that if his family had not been supported by this FAO project, it would have been very difficult to obtain inputs to farm this year and that his family would have run out of food, which would have led them to engage in negative coping strategies, such as reducing the number of meals eaten per day.
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Score: 1335640.8 - https://www.fao.org/myanmar/news/detail-events/en/c/1419116/
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