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    Guidelines on the Collection of Information on Food Processing through Food Consumption Surveys 2015
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    Foods and food products consumed in most areas of the world are processed in some way, for various purposes. These purposes range from increasing the digestibility of raw foods (e.g. through cooking) to increasing the palatability of food products (e.g. through the addition of flavourings). Foods and food products processed in industrial settings differ from those prepared by hand at home or in artisanal settings; they employ different ingredients and methods. Food processing has an impact on diet quality. The degree of food processing can vary from raw foods eaten as such (e.g. fresh fruit) to that of food products whose ingredients are derived from food but contain little or no whole food (e.g. extruded cereals). These guidelines will help the reader to identify the relevant information that will allow classification and data analysis according to the type and degree of food processing. The use of these guidelines will assist the collection of more accurate, standardized and relevant information on food processing through food consumption surveys. Generating more and better information on how foods are processed will allow development of more effective policies to promote healthy diets.
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    Strategic Framework for Integrated Application of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security and African Union Framework & Guidelines on Land Policy in Africa 2021
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    Given the complementarities that exist between the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT) and the Framework and Guidelines on Land Policy in Africa (F&G), there is a need to achieve a coordinated approach to their application to ensure that the objectives they pursue are attained in a coherent, sustainable, efficient and mutually supportive manner. The Strategic Framework for the Integrated Application of VGGT and F&G presented in this document addresses this necessity directly, in recognition of the need to develop and leverage the synergies that exist between the two instruments through strengthened partnerships and cooperation, ensuring that the advancement of responsible governance of tenure in Africa is achieved.
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    Technical Report on the Integrated Survey Framework 2014
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