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Good quality protein Essential micronutrients Global consumption patterns Global consumption patterns source: Allison et al. (2009) Global fish protein consumption as a proportion of animal protein in national diets availability – nutrients and importance of fish plant fish other animal protein from Kawarazuka & Béné (2011); data from FAO (2011) Fish & Nutrition – The Evidence Species Vitamin A Mean (RAE/100 g,raw, edible parts) Amblypharyngodon mola 2,680 Rasbora tornieri 1,477 Clupeoides borneensis 250 Channa punctatus 140 Corica soborna 90 Silver carp 30 Vitamin A content in fish species Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted, 2010 53 % 39 % 7 % 1 % Vitamin A content in mola: 2,680 retinol activity equivalent (RAE) /100 g raw, edible parts Fish & Nutrition – The Evidence Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted, 2010 Fat in the Critical Thousand Days Ensuring Adequacy of Essential Dietary Fats for Mothers and Children in Low and Middle Income Countries Washington D. (...) Meeting , April 2011 SUN: 1,000 Days Fish & Nutrition – The Evidence Dry Kapenta 206 calories of foof energy 63grammes protein 8.5mg of iron rich in omega 3 & 6 fatty acids rich in Vitamin B12 Kapenta Research in Zambia [Musonda Mofu (NFNC Principal Nutritionist), 2010] Fish is a rich source of Essential Fats • Lake Malawi: • Dried usipa (Engraulicypris sardella) contains 1,700 mg docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) per 100 g, comparable to salmon • DHA in the breast milk of women ~0.7% of fatty acids, about twice the global average • Fish and breast milk of women with high concentrations of essential fats Fish & Nutrition – The Evidence Bioavailability of Minerals • Fish is believed to enhances the bioavailability of iron and zinc from all foods in the meal, however there is need for research to identify the enhancing compounds in fish Fish & Nutrition – The Evidence Fish & HIV/AIDS Zambia - Clinical trials on the effects of fish and fish powder on the nutritional status and response to antiretroviral therapy of patients in clinics and treated at home and have found preliminary but strong indications that fish powder sustainably improves conditions for people living with HIV [Banda- Nyirenda, D., Hüsken, S.M.C. and Kaunda, W. (2009)] Fish & Nutrition in Africa – Opportunities & challenges Growing demand for fish Dietary preferences for fish Political will – CAMFA & CAADP Strong potential for aquaculture Growth in demand for fish (2007 – 2015) Source: Cai (2011) Preliminary notes on forecasting the country’s future demand for fish.
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Score: 1306445 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ations/DAY2_Ps3_FishCenter.pdf
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Comment view | 全球粮食安全与营养论坛 (FSN论坛) 跳转到主要内容 FAO Header menu 关于粮农组织 在行动 国家 主题 媒体 出版物 统计资料 伙伴关系 English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский 全球粮食安全与营养论坛 (FSN论坛) 全球粮食安全与营养论坛 (FSN论坛) Main navigation Homepage 背景 活动 资源 新闻 会员 合作伙伴 教授 Pathawit Chongsermsirisakul Chulalongkorn University and SiPa Research Organization 泰国 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: 1306445 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/zh-hans/comment/10235
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Food was eaten as curries in a dish or meals, not from packs or tins. Most importantly there was much less processed and ultra-processed food produced in factories, excluding the odd chocolate, and biscuits. (...) In fact if ultra-processed, the raw materials from which this food is made cannot be recognized in the end product. (...) Today, less time is spent preparing meals at home, which means that meals are often less nutritious as people (especially in towns) rely on ready meals, fast food, and street foods.
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Score: 1306054.9 - https://www.fao.org/srilanka/n...ws/detail-events/en/c/1304346/
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Food was eaten as curries in a dish or meals, not from packs or tins. Most importantly there was much less processed and ultra-processed food produced in factories, excluding the odd chocolate, and biscuits. (...) In fact if ultra-processed, the raw materials from which this food is made cannot be recognized in the end product. (...) Today, less time is spent preparing meals at home, which means that meals are often less nutritious as people (especially in towns) rely on ready meals, fast food, and street foods.
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Score: 1306054.9 - https://www.fao.org/srilanka/n...ws/detail-events/ru/c/1304346/
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Food was eaten as curries in a dish or meals, not from packs or tins. Most importantly there was much less processed and ultra-processed food produced in factories, excluding the odd chocolate, and biscuits. (...) In fact if ultra-processed, the raw materials from which this food is made cannot be recognized in the end product. (...) Today, less time is spent preparing meals at home, which means that meals are often less nutritious as people (especially in towns) rely on ready meals, fast food, and street foods.
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Score: 1306054.9 - https://www.fao.org/srilanka/n...ws/detail-events/es/c/1304346/
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Food was eaten as curries in a dish or meals, not from packs or tins. Most importantly there was much less processed and ultra-processed food produced in factories, excluding the odd chocolate, and biscuits. (...) In fact if ultra-processed, the raw materials from which this food is made cannot be recognized in the end product. (...) Today, less time is spent preparing meals at home, which means that meals are often less nutritious as people (especially in towns) rely on ready meals, fast food, and street foods.
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Score: 1306054.9 - https://www.fao.org/srilanka/n...ws/detail-events/fr/c/1304346/
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Yet, the little money that I earned was not enough to feed my family every day. We barely had a meal in three days…Under these dire circumstances, the authorities decided to close the refugee camp for political reasons. (...) With this money, I put my daughters back to school and bought more raw materials to weave baskets. The organization also helped me get a USD 90 loan to expand my basket business, and gave me a bigger plot of land to cultivate, seeing how well I was doing. (...) Now I can provide two full meals a day for my family, which used to be impossible before.
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Score: 1305024.2 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/.../stand-barely-meal-three-days/
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LISTING, CLASSIFICATION AND PACKING : NEW UN NUMBER FOR KRILL METAL / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM NORWAY
Its utilization as a source for human nutrient products is increasing. For example krill meal is the raw material for the production of omega 3 rich krill oils. (...) Krill meal has a chemical composition that is significantly different from that of fish meal. It contains a natural stabilizing substance (ethoxyquin) and the fat content of krill meal is higher than that of fish meal. The UN numbers established for fish meal (Division 4.2 UN 1374 and Class 9 UN 2216) are in the IMDG Code restricted to maximum fat contents, which make these UN numbers not applicable to krill meal.
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Score: 1302911.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2010/4&Lang=E
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Following these precautionary measures can help protect yourself, your family and your community from this very serious illness: Avoid contact with poultry that are sick or found dead Report sick or dead poultry immediately to the authorities Slaughter all poultry safely Clean cutting boards and other utensils with soap and hot water to keep raw poultry from contaminating other foods Cook poultry and poultry products thoroughly (do not eat pink meat, runny eggs or raw duck blood) Wash hands with soap and water before and after handling live poultry Food Safety Food poisoning is a critical health issue in Viet Nam, causing severe illness and even death. (...) These simple practices help to reduce the risk of food poisoning: Always wash hands after going to the toilet and before and after preparing food When preparing meals keep raw and cooked food separate Cook food thoroughly Keep food at safe temperatures Use only safe water and raw materials UN Viet Nam\2010\Aidan Dockery Meanwhile, motorcycle helmet laws introduced in 2007 increased helmet wearing in motorcycle drivers and passengers from 40% to more than 90% within 6 months.
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Score: 1302757.9 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...tories/detail/tet-message-2013
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For example, workers may need to specialize in learning about the different combinations of raw materials that you can use in a printer, or to know how to look at the electronic blueprints to spot defects. (...) And because 3D printing is likely to require fewer raw materials and create less waste, they will probably be greener. (...) I wonder if my host has prepared the meal with Foodini, a USD $ 1,400 3D food printer that can even make ravioli.
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Score: 1284221.5 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_246168/lang--en/index.htm
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