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While verifying the stock of vegetable oil in the warehouse, RM noticed an anomaly in the arrangement of the cartons of vegetable oil in one of the stacks (No. 22), which was located close to one of the warehouse doors. (...) That he was unaware of the loss and theft of the vegetable oil until RM informed him on 18 September 2007 that one stack showed signs of having been tampered with and the casual cleaner informed him that WFP vegetable oil was being offloaded at a shop in Makole; b. (...) The question that still remains is when the vegetable oil went missing from the SGR warehouse.
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Score: 1055201.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-162.pdf
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While verifying the stock of vegetable oil in the warehouse, she noticed an anomaly in the arrangement of the cartons of vegetable oil. (...) The first matter that needs to be addressed relates to the time period within which the vegetable oil went missing from the SGR warehouse. (...) As with the SGR incident, the Rubb Hall vegetable oil was taken from the third layer in the middle of the stacks.
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Score: 1044946.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-163.pdf
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Clean and prepare vegetables; peel the celeriac and perhaps cut the pumpkins in half). Turn each vegetable in a bit of vegetable oil and season with salt and pepper (and if you prefer, some of your favorite spices). (...) F or all ingredients you can use any remaining vegetables in your fridge. Here is an example of what Dr.
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Score: 880941.6 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...lopment/actnow-food-challenge/
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The vegetation index is below the average and indicates a loss. The vegetation index is below the average, but it does not indicate a loss. The current vegetation index is above the average. There is no drought situation.
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Score: 850204.5 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...s/386713.%2520AGROSEGURO_1.pdf
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Molari submitted to the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), through UNOPS, a number of receipts relating to purchases of grocery items including milk, fruits, vegetables, and bread, for reimbursement of the value-added tax (VAT, or MOMS in Danish). (...) The Enquiry Panel found that the items purchased were basic foodstuffs such as milk, bread, fruit and vegetables. Nine different bank cards had been THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2011-UNAT-164 4 of 9 used on a single day to buy a total of 19 litres of milk from seven different brands and containing four different levels of fat content, for example. 9.
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Score: 810405.13 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-164.pdf
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International Year of Fruits and Vegetables | International Year of Fruits and Vegetables 2021 | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations MENU menu AR ZH EN FR IT RU ES The UN General Assembly designated 2021 the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables (IYFV) . (...) Read more Fruits and vegetables definition for the purpose of the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and vegetables are considered edible parts of plants (e.g. seed bearing structures, flowers, buds, leaves, stems, shoots and roots), either cultivated or harvested wild, in their raw state or in a minimally processed form. (...) Examples include sliced fruit, bagged fruit, vegetable salads, frozen and dried fruits and vegetables.
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Score: 798088.13 - https://www.fao.org/fruits-vegetables-2021/en/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Archive - FAO-WHO Fruit and Vegetable for Health Initiative english FAO Home Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts Archive - FAO-WHO Fruit and Vegetable for Health Initiative   Back to FAO-WHO Home PROFAV Stocktaking Meeting Rome, FAO HQ, 5 March, 2015 Report   Presentations WHOs work and role in the promotion of fruits and vegetables ESN Activities Promoting Fruits and Vegetables for Health: Some Policy Considerations  The status of PROFAV and currently planned work Pacific Regional Workshop on Promotion of Fruit and Vegetables for Health Nadi, Fiji, 20-23 October, 2014 Programme Report Presentations ACIAR projects promoting nutritious leafy vegetables in the Pacific and Northern Australia Factsheet no. 1: Feasibility study on increasing the consumption of nutritionally-rich leafy vegetables by indigenous communities in Samoa, Solomon Islands and Northern Australia Five keys to growing safer fruits and vegetables: promoting health by decreasing microbial contamination Food Security in Samoa Importance of fruit and vegetables for public health and food safety Increasing production of fruits and vegetables in the Pacific Islands Key Conclusions from Group 1 Outline for working group sessions Pre-assessment of F&Vs production and consumption in the Pacific Region Promoting nutritious leafy vegetables in the Pacific and Northern Australia (abstract) Salad Bowl of the Pacific – Yet the Double Burden Survey report summary The mismatch between consumer-demand, health, and supply of fruit and vegetables in Tasmania WHO STEPS for surveillance of major NCD risk factors Working Group 2 Conclusions Promoting Health Through Horticulture   STEPS Reports Cook Islands NCD Risk Factors: STEPS REPORT Fiji NCD STEPS survey 2002 Fiji STEPS Survey: Fact Sheet Kiribati NCD Risk Factors: STEPS REPORT Kiribati STEPS Survey 2004-2006: Fact Sheet Marshall Islands STEPS Survey: Fact Sheet Niue STEPS Survey 2011: Fact Sheet Samoa STEPS Survey: Fact Sheet Tonga STEPS Survey 2004: Fact Sheet Vanuatu NCD Risk Factors: STEPS REPORT Vanuatu STEPS Survey 2011: Fact Sheet Other references Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices  related to the Consumption of  Fruit and Vegetables in Samoa Research Report FAO sub-regional office for the Pacific Islands, Apia, Samoa (2004) Let’s go Local- Guidelines for Promoting Pacific Island Food  (2011) Anglophone Africa Regional Workshop on Promotion of Fruit and Vegetables for Health Mount Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania, 26-30 September, 2011 Opening remarks Concept note Speech by the Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives. (...) Jumanne Abdallah Maghembe (MP) Remarks of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN General report, conclusions and recommendations Programme Participants Presentations An integrated food-based approach: challenges and possibilities Assessment of Fruit and Vegetable Availability and Consumption in English Speaking Sub- Saharan African Countries Case study: Home Grown School Feeding Program and Small-scale Horticulture Interventions in Ghana Case Study: PROFEL in Madagascar Case study: Coordination mechanism for promoting fruit and vegetable production and consumption - The Garden Working Group in Zimbabwe Childhood obesity (WHO/AFRO Brazzaville Congo) Fruits and vegetables importance for public health Horticultural Development Council of Tanzania (HODECT) Horticulture value chain in Tanzania (TAHA) PROFEL/PROFAV Initiative: Focus on Tools   Promoting health through horticulture Promoting horticulture through its health added value Promoting the production and consumption of indigenous vegetables: Experiences from ‘Recipes for Success’ Project in Tanzania Supportive policies and environments for the promotion of healthy eating The evidence for vegetables and fruit in the prevention of micronutrient deficiencies and non-communicable diseases Tools for Priority Setting Use of Orange Fleshed Sweetpotato (OFSP) to Combat Vitamin A Deficiency in Sub-Saharan Africa Through Innovative Delivery Systems WHO STEPwise approach to chronic disease risk factor surveillance (STEPS) National PROFAV Event Cape Verde, July 2009 Comunicado de imprensa da representação da OMS, N°- 11 / Julho de 2009 Atelier pour la promotion des fruits et légumes (PROFEL) dans les pays d’Afrique francophone Yaoundé, Cameroun, 23-25 Octobre, 2007 Rapport général Synthèse des réponses au questionnaire d’enquête sur la situation dans les pays d’Afrique francophone   Working Groups Groupe de travail Afrique de l'Est Groupe de travail Afrique de l’Ouest Groupe de travail Afrique Centrale Groupe de travail Afrique Sahélienne Fruit and Vegetables for Health Workshop: Enhancing Production and Consumption of Safe and High-quality Fruit and Vegetables In East Asian Countries Seoul, Korea, 15-16 August 2006 Meeting report Working Groups FAO Fruit and vegetable for health workshop: Enhancing Production and Consumption of Safe and High-Quality Fruits and Vegetables Fruit and vegetable developement program for human health in Indonesia Fruit and Vegetables production in Thailand Fruits and Vegetables for health: Introductive features and goals Fruits and Vegetables for health: The Health and Nutrition Situation of the Philippines Increasing consumption of tropical and subtropical fruits MAF- FAO workshop on Fruits and Vegetables for Health: Aide mémoire of Working Group 1 Production and consumption of horticultural products in Korea and cancer chemopreventive activity of fruit and vegetables The development of fruits and vegetables in relation to the Nutrient situation in Vietnam  Tropical fruits and vegetables in Malaysia: Production and impact on health   Power Points Food and Nutrition Situation in Malaysia Fruits and vegetables development programs in Indonesia for health Fruits and Vegetables for health: Introductive features and goals Human Heath Effects of FAV: A new paradigm in horticultural collaborative research Increasing consumption of tropical and subtropical fruits Introduction to FAO-WHO Initiative on Fruit and Vegetable Consumption for Health Production and consumption of horticultural products in Korea and cancer chemopreventive activity of fruit and vegetables Status of fruits and vegetables industry Thailand: country report The development of fruits and vegetables in relation to the nutrient situation in Vietnam The Health & Nutrition Situation in the Philippines Tropical fruit and vegetable production in Malaysia   2do Congreso Panamericano de la Promoción del Comsumo de Verduras y Frutas Guaymallen, Mendoza, Argentina, May, 2006   Declaración de Guaymallen   Other references Manual de Alimentación Sana para las Familias Agricultoras (2012)  Educando con el Huerto Escolar (Chile, 2010) Cuadernillo de trabajos prácticos -  Alimentar la mente para creer y vivir sanos (Paraguay, 2010) El huerto escolar como recurso de enseñanza - Aprendizaje de las asignaturas del currículo de educación básica (Republica Dominicana, 2009) El huerto escolar como recurso didáctico  (El Salvador, 2009) Educación en nutrición, seguridad alimentaria y huertos escolares (El Salvador, 2008) Pepita y Papa te Enseñan a Comer Sano (RLC, 2010) De la huerta a la Casa (Chile, 2011) 11 Pasos para el Fortalecimiento de las Ferias del Agricultor (Costa Rica, 2012)  Workshop de Lisboa sobre a Promoção de Hortofrutícolas nos Países de Expressão Portuguesa Lisbon, Portugal, 1-2 September, 2005 Relatorio Documento Informativo Fruit and Vegetables for Health: a joint FAO/WHO Workshop Kobe, Japan, 1–3 September 2004 Report ( En , Fr , Sp ) WHO Fruit and Vegetable Promotion Switzerland, Geneva, 25–27 August 2003 Report     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 795994.3 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...getableforhealthinitiative/pt/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Archive - FAO-WHO Fruit and Vegetable for Health Initiative 中文 english 粮农组织主页 Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts Archive - FAO-WHO Fruit and Vegetable for Health Initiative   Back to FAO-WHO Home PROFAV Stocktaking Meeting Rome, FAO HQ, 5 March, 2015 Report   Presentations WHOs work and role in the promotion of fruits and vegetables ESN Activities Promoting Fruits and Vegetables for Health: Some Policy Considerations  The status of PROFAV and currently planned work Pacific Regional Workshop on Promotion of Fruit and Vegetables for Health Nadi, Fiji, 20-23 October, 2014 Programme Report Presentations ACIAR projects promoting nutritious leafy vegetables in the Pacific and Northern Australia Factsheet no. 1: Feasibility study on increasing the consumption of nutritionally-rich leafy vegetables by indigenous communities in Samoa, Solomon Islands and Northern Australia Five keys to growing safer fruits and vegetables: promoting health by decreasing microbial contamination Food Security in Samoa Importance of fruit and vegetables for public health and food safety Increasing production of fruits and vegetables in the Pacific Islands Key Conclusions from Group 1 Outline for working group sessions Pre-assessment of F&Vs production and consumption in the Pacific Region Promoting nutritious leafy vegetables in the Pacific and Northern Australia (abstract) Salad Bowl of the Pacific – Yet the Double Burden Survey report summary The mismatch between consumer-demand, health, and supply of fruit and vegetables in Tasmania WHO STEPS for surveillance of major NCD risk factors Working Group 2 Conclusions Promoting Health Through Horticulture   STEPS Reports Cook Islands NCD Risk Factors: STEPS REPORT Fiji NCD STEPS survey 2002 Fiji STEPS Survey: Fact Sheet Kiribati NCD Risk Factors: STEPS REPORT Kiribati STEPS Survey 2004-2006: Fact Sheet Marshall Islands STEPS Survey: Fact Sheet Niue STEPS Survey 2011: Fact Sheet Samoa STEPS Survey: Fact Sheet Tonga STEPS Survey 2004: Fact Sheet Vanuatu NCD Risk Factors: STEPS REPORT Vanuatu STEPS Survey 2011: Fact Sheet Other references Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices  related to the Consumption of  Fruit and Vegetables in Samoa Research Report FAO sub-regional office for the Pacific Islands, Apia, Samoa (2004) Let’s go Local- Guidelines for Promoting Pacific Island Food  (2011) Anglophone Africa Regional Workshop on Promotion of Fruit and Vegetables for Health Mount Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania, 26-30 September, 2011 Opening remarks Concept note Speech by the Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives. (...) Jumanne Abdallah Maghembe (MP) Remarks of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN General report, conclusions and recommendations Programme Participants Presentations An integrated food-based approach: challenges and possibilities Assessment of Fruit and Vegetable Availability and Consumption in English Speaking Sub- Saharan African Countries Case study: Home Grown School Feeding Program and Small-scale Horticulture Interventions in Ghana Case Study: PROFEL in Madagascar Case study: Coordination mechanism for promoting fruit and vegetable production and consumption - The Garden Working Group in Zimbabwe Childhood obesity (WHO/AFRO Brazzaville Congo) Fruits and vegetables importance for public health Horticultural Development Council of Tanzania (HODECT) Horticulture value chain in Tanzania (TAHA) PROFEL/PROFAV Initiative: Focus on Tools   Promoting health through horticulture Promoting horticulture through its health added value Promoting the production and consumption of indigenous vegetables: Experiences from ‘Recipes for Success’ Project in Tanzania Supportive policies and environments for the promotion of healthy eating The evidence for vegetables and fruit in the prevention of micronutrient deficiencies and non-communicable diseases Tools for Priority Setting Use of Orange Fleshed Sweetpotato (OFSP) to Combat Vitamin A Deficiency in Sub-Saharan Africa Through Innovative Delivery Systems WHO STEPwise approach to chronic disease risk factor surveillance (STEPS) National PROFAV Event Cape Verde, July 2009 Comunicado de imprensa da representação da OMS, N°- 11 / Julho de 2009 Atelier pour la promotion des fruits et légumes (PROFEL) dans les pays d’Afrique francophone Yaoundé, Cameroun, 23-25 Octobre, 2007 Rapport général Synthèse des réponses au questionnaire d’enquête sur la situation dans les pays d’Afrique francophone   Working Groups Groupe de travail Afrique de l'Est Groupe de travail Afrique de l’Ouest Groupe de travail Afrique Centrale Groupe de travail Afrique Sahélienne Fruit and Vegetables for Health Workshop: Enhancing Production and Consumption of Safe and High-quality Fruit and Vegetables In East Asian Countries Seoul, Korea, 15-16 August 2006 Meeting report Working Groups FAO Fruit and vegetable for health workshop: Enhancing Production and Consumption of Safe and High-Quality Fruits and Vegetables Fruit and vegetable developement program for human health in Indonesia Fruit and Vegetables production in Thailand Fruits and Vegetables for health: Introductive features and goals Fruits and Vegetables for health: The Health and Nutrition Situation of the Philippines Increasing consumption of tropical and subtropical fruits MAF- FAO workshop on Fruits and Vegetables for Health: Aide mémoire of Working Group 1 Production and consumption of horticultural products in Korea and cancer chemopreventive activity of fruit and vegetables The development of fruits and vegetables in relation to the Nutrient situation in Vietnam  Tropical fruits and vegetables in Malaysia: Production and impact on health   Power Points Food and Nutrition Situation in Malaysia Fruits and vegetables development programs in Indonesia for health Fruits and Vegetables for health: Introductive features and goals Human Heath Effects of FAV: A new paradigm in horticultural collaborative research Increasing consumption of tropical and subtropical fruits Introduction to FAO-WHO Initiative on Fruit and Vegetable Consumption for Health Production and consumption of horticultural products in Korea and cancer chemopreventive activity of fruit and vegetables Status of fruits and vegetables industry Thailand: country report The development of fruits and vegetables in relation to the nutrient situation in Vietnam The Health & Nutrition Situation in the Philippines Tropical fruit and vegetable production in Malaysia   2do Congreso Panamericano de la Promoción del Comsumo de Verduras y Frutas Guaymallen, Mendoza, Argentina, May, 2006   Declaración de Guaymallen   Other references Manual de Alimentación Sana para las Familias Agricultoras (2012)  Educando con el Huerto Escolar (Chile, 2010) Cuadernillo de trabajos prácticos -  Alimentar la mente para creer y vivir sanos (Paraguay, 2010) El huerto escolar como recurso de enseñanza - Aprendizaje de las asignaturas del currículo de educación básica (Republica Dominicana, 2009) El huerto escolar como recurso didáctico  (El Salvador, 2009) Educación en nutrición, seguridad alimentaria y huertos escolares (El Salvador, 2008) Pepita y Papa te Enseñan a Comer Sano (RLC, 2010) De la huerta a la Casa (Chile, 2011) 11 Pasos para el Fortalecimiento de las Ferias del Agricultor (Costa Rica, 2012)  Workshop de Lisboa sobre a Promoção de Hortofrutícolas nos Países de Expressão Portuguesa Lisbon, Portugal, 1-2 September, 2005 Relatorio Documento Informativo Fruit and Vegetables for Health: a joint FAO/WHO Workshop Kobe, Japan, 1–3 September 2004 Report ( En , Fr , Sp ) WHO Fruit and Vegetable Promotion Switzerland, Geneva, 25–27 August 2003 Report     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 795994.3 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...getableforhealthinitiative/zh/
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Doc. intérieur3 F ru it a n d V e g e ta b le s fo r H e al th R ep or t o f a J oi n t FA O / W H O W or k sh op Fruit and Vegetables for Health Report of a Joint FAO/WHO Workshop, 1–3 September 2004, Kobe, Japan 5 Background Welcome address Presentations 3.1 Overview of health effects of fruit and vegetables-regarding cancer, CVD, obesity and diabetes 3.2 Trends in fruit and vegetable consumption and effects as part of the nutrition transition 3.3 Worldwide production of fruit and vegetables 3.4 Measuring intake of fruit and vegetables 3.5 Effectiveness of interventions and programmes promoting fruit and vegetable intake 3.6 Production interventions to improve the availability of and access to fruit and vegetables for all 3.7 A global initiative on fruit and vegetables: FAO’s interdisciplinary approach to the promotion of fruit and vegetables 3.8 Meeting consumers’ needs and preferences for fruit and vegetables 3.9 Food safety aspects in fruit and vegetables 3.10 Patterns and determinants of fruit and vegetable demand in developing countries: a multi-country comparison 3.11 Country case study presentations 3.11.1 Brazil 3.11.2 Ethiopia 3.11.3 Iran 3.11.4 Thailand Workshop Conclusions A framework for promoting fruit and vegetables at national level 5.1 Guiding principles for a fruit and vegetable programme 5.2 Consumer domains and fruit and vegetable supply networks 5.2.1 Characteristics of consumer domains and fruit and vegetable supply networks 5.2.2 Entry points for fruit and vegetable promotion programmes 5.2.3 Barriers to fruit and vegetable promotion/consumption 5.3 Identification of stakeholders 5.4 National coordinating team 5.4.1 Constitution of national coordinating team 5.4.2 Roles of national coordinating team 5.5 Identification of national goals and objectives 5.5.1 Considerations regarding goal-setting 5.6 Activities at national level 5.6.1 Existing national policies and action plans 5.6.2 Possible interventions at national level 5.7 Sources of data and data collection 5.8 Monitoring and evaluation Annex 1 Participants Annex 2 Workshop agenda 7 8 9 9 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 23 23 24 28 29 30 31 37 38 40 44 1 2 3 4 5 Content PAGINABIANCA 12-11-2003 14:48 Pagina 1 7 Background Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), especially cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), cancer, obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus, currently kill more people every year than any other cause of death. (...) Retail sales of organic fruit and vegetables were estimated at US$ 1.7 billion in the European Union in 2002. 3.4 Measuring intake of fruit and vegetables Dr Antonio Agudo7, Catalan Institute of Oncology, Barcelona, Spain The accurate measurement of fruit and vegetable intake is essential to provide valid messages about fruit and vegetables and health. (...) A female head of household spends a greater share of her budget on fruit and vegetables than male peers, particularly for vegetables.
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Score: 795845.85 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ticulture/WHO/KOBE_english.pdf
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Directing the distribution of damaged beans and oil and permitting the removal of expiration dates from boxes and bottles containing expired vegetable oil. D. Directing the removal of expiration dates from bottles containing vegetable oil and ordering the repacking of the expired oil in new boxes to conceal the expiration date
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Score: 795605.37 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-525.pdf
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