Eleventh hour negotiations to win Indian approval for a breakthrough global trade pact may not have succeeded in the end despite initial signs of progress, sources involved in the discussions said on Saturday.
India is the most pr
India's lower house of parliament approved a plan worth nearly $20 billion on Monday to provide cheap grains to the poor, a key part of the ruling Congress party's strategy to win re-election.
Mondelez International (formerly known as Kraft Foods) has highlighted the need for the food industry to do more with less at the ongoing food and hospitality show Gulfood 2013 in Dubai.
Speaking at the Global Food Leaders’
Bahrain has signed a key agreement with China to promote food security in the kingdom by developing the agricultural and fisheries sectors.
Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry Under-Secretary for agriculture and mar
A new strain of foot and mouth disease (FMD) has hit Egypt and threatens to spread throughout Mena, jeopardising food security in the region, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said on Thursday.
There have been 40,222 suspect
As the GCC faces challenges of food security due to a shortage of natural resources, an improved collaboration between its member states is necessary to devise a sustainable agricultural system, an industry expert said.
Prof Abdulaziz Al H
Bahrain’s Nadir and Ibrahim Sons of Hassan Group has signed a $50 million agriculture investment deal with AMA Group Holdings, Philippines.
The deal is part of a total project worth $250 million which was launched two years ago and aims to
A rapidly growing population, climate change and degradation of land and water resources are likely to make the world more vulnerable to food insecurity and challenge the task of feeding its people by 2050, the United Nations' food agency said
The UAE government has joined hands with the Arab Federation for Food Industries and AR Group to roll out an ambitious initiative to support food security in the Arab world and address the famine in the African Horn.
The initiative, to be
The United Nations has expressed serious concern about the impact of the Libyan uprising on food security across North Africa because of the region's dependency on cereal imports.
'The ongoing crisis will likely have a significant