This handbook highlights entry points within the food systems where policy makers can intervene to shift food systems towards providing more safe, affordable, accessible, and nutritious diets. You can this as a resource to draw and adapt ideas for developing policies tailored to your specific context. It includes evidence, recommendations, and examples, related to 13 topic areas: food price volatility, climate change, food safety, healthy meals in schools, food environments, consumer behavior, metrics and data, bio-fortification, food loss and waste, cost of malnutrition, private sector, urbanization, and sustainable development goals.
The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition
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