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Has the appetite for plant-based meat already peaked? ,FT.com,22.1.27食料10年ぶり高値、起点は肥料 供給制約の裏に安全保障 日本経済新聞 22.1.27
China’s seafood imports—Not for domestic consumption? SCIENCE • 27 Jan 2022 • Vol 375, Issue 6579 • pp. 386-388
食料10年ぶり高値、起点は肥料 供給制約の裏に安全保障 日本経済新聞 22.1.27
The pandemic – alongside growing threats from climate change, widespread malnutrition, economic instability and geopolitical conflict – has heightened problems with the ways we produce, distribute and consume food. And it’s made clear the urgent need to make global food systems more just.An example of modern food injustice is that if you’re poor or an ethnic minority in the US, you’re less likely to have easy access to healthy food. This situation, worsened by COVID-19, has been termed food apartheid. It’s also often the case that corporations, not local growers, control the food produced by communities: taking money out of their hands.
Has the appetite for plant-based meat already peaked? ,FT.com,22.1.27Despite sales growth falling in the US and UK, an extra $3bn was invested into the sector in 2021
Norway’Storebrand rurges agricultural trader to beef up policies against Brazil deforestation,Financial Times,.22.1.25,p.7Nordic asset manager criticises Bunge and Archer Daniels Midland as investors apply pressure on supply chains
China’s seafood imports—Not for domestic consumption?
SCIENCE • 27 Jan 2022 • Vol 375, Issue 6579 • pp. 386-388
apanese food ban announcement may be soon: officia,Taipei Times,22127l
Talks on removing a ban on agricultural imports from Fukushima and four other Japanese prefectures have entered the final stages, with an announcement possible before the Lunar New Year if everything proceeds smoothly, an official with knowledge of the matter said yesterday.
The Presidential Office has yet to formally set a timetable for removing the ban, implemented after the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant disaster in 2011.However, the official, who asked to remain anonymous, said that a decision is possible as soon as tomorrow.
Undernourishment on rise after years of improvement,The Jakarta Post,22.1.24
The Biak Numfor district government in Papua province is encouraging the development of agricultural zone in Suneri village, Yendidori sub-district into agro-fishery tourism. The Biak Numfor district government ...
Ninh Thuận farmers harvest grapes for Tết, get high prices,Viet Nam News,22.1.22Farmers in the south - central province of Ninh Thuận are getting high prices for grapes they are harvesting for Tết (Lunar New Year) as demand is high but not supply.
Afghanistan faces widespread hunger amid worsening humanitarian crisis,The Washington Post,22.1.26The Afghan economy collapsed after the Taliban took over and international aid was cut off, leading to growing poverty and hunger
Fonterra raises milk price range to $9.20/kg mid point,New Zealand Herald,22.1.25
The rural sector continues to underpin New Zealand's economic resilience to the global pandemic with forecast dairy prices rising to record highs.
Fonterra has lifted its 2021/22 forecast farmgate milk price range to $8.90 - $9.50 per kg of milksolids, up from $8.40 - $9.00 per kg previously.
This increases the midpoint of the range, which farmers are paid off, by 50 cents to $9.20 per kgMS.If the forecast comes to pass, it would be the highest milk price paid by the co-op in its two-decade-long history.
'We're very, very fearful for our land': Farmers call for overhaul of approvals for large-scale solar projects,ABC Rural,22.1.24
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Bumper harvest boosts yearly milk output by 4pc,Herald,22.1.24Tapiwanashe Mangwiro Senior Business Reporter Dairy farmers produced 79,6 million litres of milk in 2021, representing a 4 percent increase from 76,69 million litres produced in 2020, latest data from the Ministry of Agriculture’s dairy services department shows
Agriculture - Les produits bio orientés vers l'export,L'Express de Madagascar,22.1.22Le gros de la production agricole du pays certifiée biologique est destiné au marché extérieur. La gamme des produits commercialisés à l'étranger s'élargit d'année en année
Bird flu found on more Dutch farms, 220,000 chickens are culled,Dutch Newsw,22.1.24
A further 220,000 chickens have been killed after an outbreak of bird flu at factory farms in Noord-Brabant and in Noord-Holland.
All birds on the three farms have been killed as a precaution and the situation on eight other nearby farms is being monitored closely, officials said.The new culls take the total number of birds killed since the epidemic started to over 1.2 million. The current epidemic of bird flu is the worst ever to hit Europe, according to the German authorities. So far the virus has been identified on 18 Dutch factory farms.
Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, the three major agricultural producers in South America, are currently experiencing a prolonged period of drought and low water levels in their main rivers. This is severely impacting harvests, as well as river transport of important summer crops, with maize and soybeans the main casualties.Although conditions may yet improve, the grain harvests of 2021 and 2022 could result in losses that will impact the economies of three countries, though experts say the potential magnitude is still difficult to foresee.