International food trade increasingly vital to the world’s population

Canada needs to work to reduce food trade barriers.

Ottawa–Half of the global population will depend on foreign countries for their food supply by 2050 and international markets must function better to keep them from going hungry, says Claire Citeau, Executive Director of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA).

Currently

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Global Food Crisis Demands Support for People, Open Trade, Bigger Local Harvests

Food insecurity has been rising since 2018. Even before Russia’s invasion
of Ukraine, the increasing frequency and severity of climate shocks,
regional conflicts and the pandemic were all taking their toll, disrupting
food production and distribution, and driving up the cost of feeding people
and families.

The situation took an

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Global inflation, trade bans send food ever higher

As inflation surges around the world, politicians are scrambling for ways to keep food affordable as people increasingly protest the soaring cost of living.

One knee-jerk response has been food export bans aimed at protecting domestic prices and supplies as a growing number of governments in developing nations try to

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Trade Barriers From the Ukraine War Are Sending Food Prices Higher

In a speech last week, Janet L. Yellen, the Treasury secretary, said the pandemic and the war had revealed that American supply chains, while efficient, were neither secure nor resilient. While cautioning against “a fully protectionist direction,” she said the United States should work to reorient its trade relationships toward

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Vinamilk Successfully Debuts Organic Milk at Shanghai’s Global Food Trade Show

This organic fresh milk product not only meets the organic standard in China but has also fulfilled EU Organic standard, providing a high-quality choice for the Chinese market. At the same time, Vinamilk also unveiled its skimmed and pasteurized fresh milk at the Shanghai show. These new products mark the

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USDA ERS – Global Markets and Trade

(Selected research findings from Fiscal Year 2020. Much of this research pre-dates the pandemic. Please visit www.ers.usda.gov/covid-19/ for the latest ERS research related to COVID-19)

 

Brazil’s Agricultural Competitiveness: Recent Growth and Future Impacts under Currency Depreciation and Changing Macroeconomic Conditions

A weaker value of Brazil’s currency, the real,

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International food trade show to debut US event in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The U.S. debut of a long-established international food and beverage industry trade show could make Las Vegas a magnet for foodies and food product retailers, distributors and wholesalers, event producers and tourism officials said.

An announcement Tuesday by Emerald Holding Inc. and Comexposium, owner of the

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International Food Trade Show to Debut US Event in Las Vegas | Nevada News

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The U.S. debut of a long-established international food and beverage industry trade show could make Las Vegas a magnet for foodies and food product retailers, distributors and wholesalers, event producers and tourism officials said.

An announcement Tuesday by Emerald Holding Inc. and Comexposium, owner of the

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