Today marks the celebration of World Food Day, dedicated this year to healthy diets for a #ZeroHunger world. Find out more below on our efforts to make this goal a reality, because achieving Zero Hunger is not only about addressing hunger, but also nourishing people, while nurturing the planet.
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