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Food Security

In honor of this past World Food Day, October 16, we pay tribute and thank smallholder farmers everywhere that have worked tirelessly to provide nourishment to so many of us. Started by the Food
No nets. No planes. Just seafood made from cells.? Walk into any high-end sushi restaurant and?you are?bound to see fish advertised as ?imported fresh from Japan.??It?s?a label that projects?authenticity and?conjures up imagery of?fish?being?hauled?out of
For centuries, island nations have harnessed and nurtured a close relationship with the ocean. Fishing practices deeply rooted in cultural ties to nature and respect for the nearby waters and food resources have created

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