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FOOD SYSTEM TRANSFORMATIONS:
NATIONAL ACTIONS IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
Overview
IFPRI Lunch seminar, 14 November 2019
Inge D....
Food systems transform
rapidly from agrarian to
modern shaped by global
and regional changes
Challenged to deliver
nutriti...
National Food System
Transformation
Priority Issues
• Dietary Transition (balancing healthy and unhealthy)
requires urgent...
Simplified HLPE Framework for Food Systems
Rural Food System
1
Diets low in diversity, cereal-
based, low footprint, low
costs, relatively safe,
relatively cheap
Mix...
Measuring Progress in Food Systems for Healthier Diets
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M.Hasan,c/oPhotoshare
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Inge Brouwer
POLICY SEMINAR
Food System Transformations: National Actions in a Globalized World
Co-Organized by the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) and IFPRI
NOV 14, 2019 - 12:15 PM TO 01:45 PM EST

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Inge Brouwer, "Food System Transformations: National Actions in a Globalized World"

  1. 1. FOOD SYSTEM TRANSFORMATIONS: NATIONAL ACTIONS IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD Overview IFPRI Lunch seminar, 14 November 2019 Inge D. Brouwer, A4NH-FSHD, Wageningen University
  2. 2. Food systems transform rapidly from agrarian to modern shaped by global and regional changes Challenged to deliver nutritious foods equitably within planetary boundaries Country-specific approaches needed
  3. 3. National Food System Transformation Priority Issues • Dietary Transition (balancing healthy and unhealthy) requires urgent attention • Sustainability: water/land; climate adaptation (crisis) • Collaboration and Coordination: • Public, private, civil society, academia • Multiple agents, institutions, size, and scale • Appropriate Enabling / Anchoring: • Realistic in national / regional context • Equitable and balanced • Evolving roles – public regulation and private responsibility and management
  4. 4. Simplified HLPE Framework for Food Systems
  5. 5. Rural Food System 1 Diets low in diversity, cereal- based, low footprint, low costs, relatively safe, relatively cheap Mixed Food System 2 Urban Food System 3 Future Food System 4 Dietary risk factors decline; diet quality improves; footprint reduced; costs reduced, safe Diets increase in sodium, processed meat, SSB, trans fat; dietary diversity is increasing ; costs increasing; footprint low, unsafe Diets high in sodium, processed meat, SSB, trans fat; diets low in legumes, F&V, nuts, seeds, footprint increases, increasingly safe but expensive Obesity outweighs undernutrition; burden of dietary risks highest Undernutrition and deficiencies reduce, obesity increases High undernutrition and deficiencies Undernutrition almost non-existent, obesity starts to reduce Dietary transition, various dietary risk factors Burdens of malnutrition, foot prints Food system transition towards healthier and more sustainable diets (based on Downs, Ahmed & Herforth, forthcoming)
  6. 6. Measuring Progress in Food Systems for Healthier Diets
  7. 7. a4nh.cgiar.org M.Hasan,c/oPhotoshare

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