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Fast food intake leads to weight gain in preschoolers
There is a strong link between the amount of fast food that pre-school age children consume and their likelihood of becoming overweight or obese, according to a new Dartmouth-led study, published in the journal Pediatric Obesity.
Growing locust swarms threaten food supplies in East Africa: FAO
The Horn of Africa region faces an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods as swarms continue to increase in Ethiopia Somalia and Kenya, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has said.
FAO: World food prices rise in January
FAO Food Price Index rises for the fourth consecutive month, with prices of most commonly-traded food commodities up.
Swiss humanitarian channel to Iran launched with medical shipments
A humanitarian channel to bring food and medicine to Iran has started trial operations, the Swiss government said on Thursday, helping supply Swiss goods to the struggling population without tripping over US sanctions.
Australia drops 4,600 pounds of food, water from helicopters to feed hungry wallabies
The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service in Australia provided a valuable assist to wallabies looking for a meal in the wake of devastating wildfires.
India's elevated food inflation limits scope for further rate cuts
India’s volatile food prices are yet again posing a sticky inflation problem for its central bank, preventing it from cutting rates as deep as it would like to support a stuttering economy.
Access to food, nutrition more limited in sub-Saharan Africa than previously estimated
A survey of over six thousand sub-Saharan households shows an estimated 39 percent experience severely unreliable access to food.
Why do parrots waste so much food?
Polly wants a cracker. Polly gets chopped vegetables, because parrots need a diverse array of nutrients. Polly eats one bite and flings the rest onto the floor.
Why ants never get stuck in traffic jams
Ants are notoriously much better than humans at organizing their collective traffic flow when foraging for food, but how they manage to do so isn't fully understood.
How far schoolkids live from junk food sources tied to obesity
For more than one million children attending New York City public schools, their choice of what to eat depends on which food sources are close to where they live.
US eases regulations blocking food, medicine sales to Iran
The US is taking steps to ease sales of food and medicine to Iran amid illegal sanctions imposed on the country by the Trump administration.
Bracing for Brexit: French food companies fear cost of 'no deal'
White smoke billows from a chimney at a sugar beet factory in northern France, where a tanker truck is filling up on the region's "white gold".
World food prices dip in August
Global food prices declined in August, driven by sharp falls in the prices of staple cereals and sugar, according to a report issued today by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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