... on food security, improving under-nutrition in some regions but contributing to
the diet-related diseases ...
Jun 10, 2008 ... And as demand for food increases around the world, supply ... Exacerbated by
crop and/or animal diseases, serious food shortages develop.
This is not just a day-to-day problem: when children are chronically ... The results
are high transport costs, lack of storage facilities and unreliable water supplies. ...
Drought is one of the most common causes of food shortages in the world.
Oct 23, 2008 ... Population is not outstripping food supply. ... Clearly, global hunger was a
growing problem even before the media picked up on the present food crisis. ...
The root cause of the crisis is a global food system that is highly ...
Historically, famines and widespread hunger have been caused by problems of
... It is predicted that climate change may negatively affect food supply and food ...
Enough food is produced worldwide to feed all the people in the world ... this
problem, but perhaps one of the most significant is poor food distribution. ... lack
convenient access to a market, which typically causes farmers not to sell their
Diarrhoeal diseases are the most common illnesses resulting from the
consumption of contaminated ... Food supply chains now cross multiple national
Rodents, including mice, Norway and roof rats, present the biggest problem in
food ... pathogens that cause diseases including hantavirus and salmonellosis.
Apr 7, 2013 ... It has been calculated that more than enough food is produced on Earth to
provide every single person with more than enough for their needs.
Nov 8, 2014 ... In order to address the root problem of food waste, we must first understand
where along the supply chain food is being wasted, which varies ...