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FAO/WHO Global Individual Food consumption data tool (FAO/WHO GIFT)
Sunday, 2022/01/23 | 05:56:53

FAO News; 18/01/2022

Figure; Collecting and analysing information has always been part of FAO’s mission, and it is a vital step in creating a world without hunger. ©Mr.Whiskey/shutterstock.com.

 

To understand what people of different ages and sexes eat and drink in countries around the world, you can visit the FAO/WHO Global Individual Food consumption data tool. This platform presents food consumption data, at the individual level, from different regions of the world. Collected through both large nationwide surveys and small-scale surveys, the data provides important food-based indicators for food consumption, nutrition and food safety. This tool aims to support policy makers, programme planners, NGO staff and other stakeholders in taking informed decisions on the topics of nutrition, agriculture and food safety at country, regional and global levels.

 

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