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Record Wheat, Foodgrain Output Likely in 2016-17 (Business Standard)

India is forcasting record wheat production in 2016 and 2017, according to a report in the Business Standard newspaper. IFPRI South Asia Director P.K. Joshi says that the reason for this record production despite demonetization is that 80 per cent of…

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Feeding Nine Billion in 2050

FAO and CGIAR Conference to Address Research Priorities for Ensuring Food and Nutrition Security for the World’s Poorest Apr 11, 2013   April 11, 2013—During the next 40 years the world’s population is projected to reach more than nine billion…

Press Release

Rwanda Releases Iron-Rich Beans to Improve Public Health for Millions

Kigali, Rwanda / Washington D.C, June 20, 2012: The Rwanda Government today announced the release of five new iron‐rich bean varieties that could provide more iron in the diets of millions of Rwandese who eat beans every day. Iron deficiency is widely…

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