Undernutrition is continuing to exert a heavy toll with almost 200 million children under 5 suffering from stunting or wasting in 2018.
At the Access to Nutrition Initiative (ATNI) we are taking today, World Food Day 2019, as an opportunity to reflect on the actions that the global food and beverage manufacturers can and must take to support healthy diets for a zero hunger world.
The first U.K Product Profile report is released today!
Together with the SUN Business Network (SBN) and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), ATNI has started to develop a voluntary self-assessment tool for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to review where they stand in terms of nutritional policies and practices.
Last June, the 'Building business contribution for the 2020 Global Nutrition Summit' conference, took place in The Hague, Netherlands. We were pleased to co-organize the event with The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) with support from the Government of the Netherlands.
Our food systems are responsible for approximately 30% of human-made greenhouse gas emissions, 70% of freshwater withdrawals, and are key drivers of both terrestrial and marine biodiversity loss. We are experiencing the dual global nutritional challenges of obesity a
Today, the last of a string of events organized as part of the EAT Lancet report launch takes place in Pampanga, Philippines. We took this as an opportunity to reflect on the much-anticipated EAT Lancet report and the various events surrounding its launch.
ShareAction, a UK-based charity that campaigns to transform the investment system and unlock its potential to be a force for good, has just announced a new campaign called ‘Healthy Markets’.
In preparation for the second India Spotlight Index - set to be released later this year - our Senior Program Manager, Mark Wijne, Research Analyst, Osien Kuumar and Executive Director, Inge Kauer travelled to India for a series of stakeholder roundtables and one-on-
The Access to Nutrition Index rates food and beverage manufacturers´ nutrition-related policies, practices and disclosures worldwide on a recurring basis.
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