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Susan Kevork Nestle Suiza 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: 1271337.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/comment/9577
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Electronic Working Group Invitation (EWG Invitation) Title Maximum levels for lead in certain food categories Committee Codex Committee on Contaminants in Foods Session 15th Chair of EWG Brazil Working Language English Description of work The EWG should consider: • the possible exclusion of certain foods that may not be able to achieve the proposed ML of 0.02 mg/kg for lead in ready-to-eat meals for infants and young children and • consider an ML for brown and raw sugars The consideration of the above points will be made based on data available from GEMS/Food.
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Score: 1270667.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...invitations/CCCF15_MLsLead.pdf
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Monoculars 447120 Binoculars 447110 Light microscopes 443500 Bearings Rolling bearings for the transmission units cars 461212, 461213, 461223, 461273, 461523, 461572, 461573, 461912, 461922, 461923, 461953, 461982, 461983, 462213, 462222, 462223, 462243, 464111, 464112, 464351, 464352 Garden implements (instruments) Grafting knives 473771 Secateurs 473771 Rod tree trimmers 473771 Hack saws 473771 Garden knives 473771 Garden rakes 473772 Hoes, weeders, cultivators 473772 Spades 473772, 148920 Garden hand carts 473773 Fire accessories Sucking nets 485484 Hose waterк tanks 485484 Unelectrified appliances for the mechanization of kitchen works Hand-driven household meat grinders 515731 Kitchen implements (pulping machines, crushing, 515739 Crushing machines, cutting machines, coffee grinders, mixers and shakers, forming machines and other) Woodworking products General-purpose plywood with outer layers of 551000 veneer of deciduous and coniferous species Bakelized plywood 551500 Birch plywood, for aircraft 551600 Birch plywood, to be exported 551800 Plywood boards 551800 Bent-and-glued blanks 552190 Products of the textile and light industry Cotton and mixed blankets 831620 Pure-wool and half-woolen blankets 835800 Pure-wool, woolen and half-woolen fabrics, for 835300 clothing 835200 Fabrics of natural thrown silk, for dresses 837110 Silk and half-silk pile linen 837660 Women's knitted outer articles 842000 Men's knitted outer articles 842000 Hosiery manufactured on round-stoking machines 843000 Knitted glove articles 844000 Knitted scarves 845000 Artificial knitted fur for garments 848000 Men's and women's outer clothing of the overcoat 851000, 852000 -and-suit assortment (with the exception of articles of cotton, flax and viscose) Women's outer clothing of the dress-and-blouse 853000 assortment (with the exception of articles of cotton, flax and viscose) Men's shirts (with the exception of articles of 854000 cotton, flax and viscose) Products of the food industry, cattle breeding and plant growing Granulated sugar 911120 Lump sugar 911130 Bakery articles 911300, 911400, 911500, 911600 Cereal, leguminous and oleaginous plants 971121, 971131, 971141, 971151, 971211, 971221, 971231, 971241, 971351, 971361, 971411, 971421, 971431, 971441, 971451, 971511, 971521, 971531, 971541, 971561, 971611, 971621, 971631, 971641, 971651, 971661, 971681, 971691, 971711, 971721, 971731, 971940, 971950, 971960, 971967. 971970 972100-972118 972120-972127 Products of the processing of grain 929023-929042 929051-929070 929300, 929400, 929521, 929533 Concentrate of kvass must (kvass concentrate) 918533 Concentrate and extracts of kvasses 918534 Dry bread kvass 918536 Dry starch (of potatoes or maize) 918711, 918712 Edible table salt (designed for human 919200 consumption and except industrial processing) Fermented tobacco and cigar raw material 919310 Breadcrumbs 919660 Dried chicory 919843 Flavouring spices, condiments and concentrate 919901-919955 additives Live fish 924000, 926000 Frozen sharks 926130 Salted klipfish 926210 Frozen albuminous paste Ocean 926528 Edible agar 928411 Pearl paste, nacreous preparation 928910 Raw cow milk 981100 Medical articles Spectacle lenses for the correction of vision 948100 Spectacle frames for the correction of vision 944260 Feed of vegetable origin Green fodder 975100, 975200 Food tubers 974100, 974200 Silo, haylage, hay meal, grass meal, 975300, 974300, artificially dried wood meal 974400, 974500, 974900 Silo of green plants wood green 976900 Procedure for the Adoption of the Conformance Declaration and Its Registration (Approved by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 766 of July 7, 1999) 1. (...) As documents that are the basis for the adopting by the manufacturer (seller, performer) of the conformance declaration there may be used: a) the protocols of the acceptance, acceptance-delivery and other check tests of the products carried out by the manufacturer (seller, performer) and/or outside competent test laboratories; b) the conformance certificates or the protocols of the tests for raw and other materials or accessories; c) the documents stipulated for the given products by relevant federal laws and issued by bodies and organizations authorized thereto; d) certificates for a system of quality or manufacture; e) other documents confirming directly or indirectly the conformance of the products to the established requirements. 5.
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Score: 1269247.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_51.pdf
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Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Global Information and Early Warning System , the leading source of information on world food production and food security, monitors world supply and demand of basic food.  (...) Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Trade Policy & Partnerships promotes transparent, efficient agricultural commodity markets and trade by supporting its Members, including facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships. (...) Latest publications Dairy Market Review - Overview of market and policy developments 2021 Published: 29 July 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals. Monthly price update no. 156, July 2022 Published: 19 July 2022 Meat Market Review - Overview of market and policy developments 2021 Published: 18 July 2022 Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA) Bulletin #6, 12 July 2022 Published: 12 July 2022 Crop Prospects and Food Situation #2, July 2022 Published: 08 July 2022 Cereal supply and demand balance for sub-Saharan African countries Published: 08 July 2022 OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2022-2031 Published: 29 June 2022 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 Published: 28 June 2022 In Brief to The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 Published: 28 June 2022 Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA) Bulletin #5, 15 June 2022 Published: 15 June 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals.
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Score: 1263750 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade
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Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Global Information and Early Warning System , the leading source of information on world food production and food security, monitors world supply and demand of basic food.  (...) Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Trade Policy & Partnerships promotes transparent, efficient agricultural commodity markets and trade by supporting its Members, including facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships. (...) Latest publications Dairy Market Review - Overview of market and policy developments 2021 Published: 29 July 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals. Monthly price update no. 156, July 2022 Published: 19 July 2022 Meat Market Review - Overview of market and policy developments 2021 Published: 18 July 2022 Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA) Bulletin #6, 12 July 2022 Published: 12 July 2022 Crop Prospects and Food Situation #2, July 2022 Published: 08 July 2022 Cereal supply and demand balance for sub-Saharan African countries Published: 08 July 2022 OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2022-2031 Published: 29 June 2022 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 Published: 28 June 2022 In Brief to The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 Published: 28 June 2022 Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA) Bulletin #5, 15 June 2022 Published: 15 June 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals.
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Score: 1263750 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/en
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Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Global Information and Early Warning System , the leading source of information on world food production and food security, monitors world supply and demand of basic food.  (...) Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Trade Policy & Partnerships promotes transparent, efficient agricultural commodity markets and trade by supporting its Members, including facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships. (...) Latest publications Special Report – FAO/WFP Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission (CFSAM) to the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Published: 12 September 2022 Agricultural cooperatives, responsible sourcing and risk-based due diligence Published: 08 September 2022 Aglink-Cosimo Model Published: 02 September 2022 Alliances for Action: Guide for export promotion Published: 02 September 2022 Banana Market Review 2021 Published: 01 September 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals. Monthly price update no. 157, August 2022 Published: 29 August 2022 Trade policy review in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia - 2nd Quarter 2022 Published: 25 August 2022 ОБЗОР ТОРГОВОЙ ПОЛИТИКИ В СТРАНАХ ВОСТОЧНОЙ ЕВРОПЫ, КАВКАЗА И ЦЕНТРАЛЬНОЙ АЗИИ - 2-й квартал 2022 г.
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Score: 1263750 - https://www.fao.org/markets-and-trade/en/
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Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Global Information and Early Warning System , the leading source of information on world food production and food security, monitors world supply and demand of basic food.  (...) Global Commodity Markets monitors major agricultural commodities, including basic foodstuffs, tropical products and raw materials. Trade Policy & Partnerships promotes transparent, efficient agricultural commodity markets and trade by supporting its Members, including facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships. (...) Latest publications Trade policy review in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia- Quarterly Bulletin No. 10, April-June 2022 Published: 25 August 2022 Обзор торговой политики в странах Восточной Европы, Кавказа и Центральной Азии - Ежеквартальный бюллетень No. 10, Апрель-Июнь Published: 16 August 2022 No. 49 Twelfth WTO Ministerial Conference (MC12) Published: 12 August 2022 Dairy Market Review - Overview of market and policy developments 2021 Published: 29 July 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals. Monthly price update no. 156, July 2022 Published: 19 July 2022 Meat Market Review - Overview of market and policy developments 2021 Published: 18 July 2022 Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA) Bulletin #6, 12 July 2022 Published: 12 July 2022 Crop Prospects and Food Situation #2, July 2022 Published: 08 July 2022 Cereal supply and demand balance for sub-Saharan African countries Published: 08 July 2022 OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2022-2031 Published: 29 June 2022 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 Published: 28 June 2022 In Brief to The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022 Published: 28 June 2022 Food Price Monitoring and Analysis (FPMA) Bulletin #5, 15 June 2022 Published: 15 June 2022 Oilseeds, Oils & Meals.
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Score: 1263750 - https://www.fao.org/economic/est/trade-and-markets-home/en/
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The rationale behind this initiative was to make use of locally available raw material, reduce dependence on imports of fishery products and increase availability of fish on the local markets. (...) Experience has shown that similarities in raw material supply in different parts of the world, does not necessarily mean similarity of solution. The feasibility of producing commercially acceptable product from shrimp bycatch depends more on market forces and socio-economic conditions than the ability to make products from the raw material. The general trends by region seem to be as follows: East Asia (China) - Animal and aquaculture feeds S E Asia - Value addition, novel foods S Asia - Fresh fish, traditional products and animal feeds E Africa - Production of traditional products (dried fish) W Africa - Sold on beaches as fresh fish to various traders into normal fish trade Latin America - Fresh fish, novel products and animal feeds One of the main factors which governs the amount of fish from the bycatch which is used is the length of fishing trips.
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Score: 1259286.1 - https://www.fao.org/3/w6602e/w6602E10.htm
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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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Score: 1254952.05 - https://www.fao.org/nutrition/...s/france/previous-versions/fr/
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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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Score: 1254952.05 - https://www.fao.org/nutrition/...s/france/previous-versions/en/
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