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Hummus Market ($8.26Bn by 2028) Growth Forecast at 7.6% CAGR During 2021 to 2028 COVID Impact and Global Analysis by TheInsightPartners.com

The Hummus Market Growth impelled by increase in demand for the plant-based protein products and health benefits due to rich nutritional profile including proteins, fibers, vitamins, and minerals.

New York, Sept. 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hummus Market: Key Insights
According to our new research study on “Hummus Market to 2028 – Global Analysis and Forecast – by Type, and Application,” the Hummus Market is projected to reach US$ 8,267.07 million from US$ 4,577.35 million in 2019 by 2028; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.6% from 2021 to 2028. Health benefits associated with the consumption of

International Food

Global Food Security: Improved Monitoring Framework Needed to Assess and Report on Feed the Future’s Performance

What GAO Found

Feed the Future (FTF), a U.S. government–wide global food security initiative coordinated by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), collects data to monitor how FTF projects promote agriculture, resilience, and nutrition (see photos). However, USAID and its FTF partner agencies are limited in their ability to use performance data to assess the initiative’s progress because they have not set FTF-wide performance goals and few FTF indicators fully meet two key attributes of successful performance indicators. Specifically, only three of 40 performance indicators both (1) were clearly linked to the initiative’s overarching goal and (2) had measurable

International Food

Global weather disruptions, food commodity prices, and economic activity

Global weather disruptions, food commodity prices, and economic activity: A global warning for advanced countries

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) projects a significant rise in the frequency, duration, and intensity of extreme weather events such as droughts, heatwaves and heavy rainfall (IPCC 2021). The direct local economic repercussions of such events are considered to be greater in low-income countries because these countries typically already have hotter climates, which implies that ecosystems are closer to their biophysical limits, and have less access to technology that can mitigate the consequences of extreme weather. Moreover, most low-income countries have very high

International Food

More Global Marketplaces open early for the Epcot Food & Wine Festival

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More Global Marketplaces open early for the Epcot Food & Wine Festival 1

More Global Marketplaces are opening at the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Even more exciting than that, some Global Marketplaces opened early! Take a look.

Related – Restaurant Marrakesh is now overflow seating for Epcot Food & Wine Festival

More Global Marketplaces open early for the Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2

Ireland (Near United Kingdom)

Food:

  • Fisherman’s Seafood Pie
    • Roasted Irish Sausage with Colcannon Potatoes and Onion Gravy
    • Warm Chocolate Pudding Cake with Irish Cream Liqueur Custard

Beverages:

  • Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale
    • Bunratty Mead Honey
International Food

Reforestation hopes threaten global food security, Oxfam warns | Carbon offsetting

Governments and businesses hoping to plant trees and restore forests in order to reach net-zero emissions must sharply limit such efforts to avoid driving up food prices in the developing world, the charity Oxfam has warned.

Planting trees has been mooted as one of the key ways of tackling the climate crisis, but the amount of land needed for such forests would be vast, and planting even a fraction of the area needed to offset global greenhouse gas emissions would encroach on the land needed for crops to feed a growing population, according to a report entitled Tightening the net:

International Food

Extreme climate events increase risk of global food insecurity and adaptation needs

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    Handmer, J. et al. in Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation, (eds Field, C. B. et al.) 231–290 (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2012).

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    Tao, F. & Zhang, Z. Climate change, high-temperature stress, rice productivity, and water use in eastern China: a new superensemble-based probabilistic projection. J. Appl. Meteorol. Climatol. 52, 531–551 (2013).

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    Challinor, A. J., Simelton, E. S., Fraser, E. D. G., Hemming, D. & Collins, M. Increased crop failure due to climate change: assessing adaptation options using models and socio-economic data for wheat in