- Don’t waste food
- Produce more, with less
- Adopt a more healthy and sustainable diet
- Advocate for #ZeroHunger (SDG 2)
By Kathleen Merrigan Today is World Food Day, recognized by more than 150 countries. Its celebration is a way to raise awareness of issues of poverty and hunger and the date was selected because back on October 16, 1945, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations was established. Every year World Food Day has a different theme; in 2018 it is “Our actions are our future.” The FAO website urges us to undertake four actions.