Monthly Archives: June 2020

New study sheds light on early intensification of smallholder backyard poultry farming systems

Originally posted on AgHealth:
Poultry production is an important contributor to the livelihoods of rural populations, especially in low- and middle-income countries. As poultry production in these countries remains dominated by backyard systems with low inputs and low outputs, considerable…

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Camel Milk and Addition of New Products to the Dairy Industry

Camel milk, in particular, is a very unique and healthy product with especially anti-allergic and anti-diabetic effects. Several studies have shown that camel milk has some therapeutic potential in both type-1 and type-2 Diabetes mellitus. – Dr Raziq via Camel … Continue reading

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Camel Milk Protein Posses Bioactive Peptides

Originally posted on Natural Health with the Camel Milk:
A medicine for Oxidative Stress Releated Diseases Understanding about camel milk is increasing and the latest studies are coming with very appealing results. A study about the milk proteins (Casein and…

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Food safety: How can consumers make a difference?

A food safety project in Ethiopia is exploring how consumer demand can contribute towards improving food safety in the country’s informal markets. Food safety: How can consumers make a difference?

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Food safety: How can consumers make a difference?

A food safety project in Ethiopia is exploring how consumer demand can contribute towards improving food safety in the country’s informal markets. Food safety: How can consumers make a difference?

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Food safety: How can consumers make a difference?

Originally posted on AgHealth:
African food systems are dominated by informal markets, typically open-air markets found at designated sites and street corners, which often have poor hygiene and are subject to limited or poor regulation. Occasionally there are calls for…

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EU Farm to Fork Strategy: Collective response from food sovereignty scholars

Originally posted on Food Governance:
On 20 May 2020 the European Commission (EC) released its new Farm to Fork (F2F) Strategy for a fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food system. As scholars committed to supporting sustainable food system transformation, we commend…

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EU Farm to Fork Strategy: Collective response from food sovereignty scholarsby foodgovernance

https://widgets.wp.com/likes/index.html?ver=20190321# Despite the fact that “F2F Strategy does not go far enough to ensuring diverse, sustainable and just food systems for all in the EU” According to Retallack (2013) “Emerging evidence indicates that holistic management, aligned with agroecological principles, has … Continue reading

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