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Posted on 16 October 2014
Today is World Food Day. This year’s focus is on family farmers; a group crucial in resolving world hunger, but at risk of poor nutrition because of low earnings. Income doesn’t only have a bearing on nutritional intake in developing countries; we see a similar relationship in the UK.
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diet, food, health, inequality, nutrition, World Food Day