US must do more to address issues of food insecurity, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor, our Jessica Fanzo says

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Our Jessica Fanzo on how cycles of poverty make families vulnerable to food insecurity

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Dr Jessica Fanzo stood in front of a large screen filled with a colourful plate of food. Most of it was filled with an assortment of fruits, vegetables, plant-based proteins, legumes and nuts. A sliver of the plate was reserved for animal-sourced protein and dairy products, some added sugars and starchy vegetables

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On the opening day of the Future of Food Symposium, FAO and the Johns Hopkins University have formalized their agreement to work together to support evidence-based policy for improving nutrition, health, and well-being, particularly for the world’s most vulnerable and under-served populations. With our Jess Fanzo.

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Our Jessica Fanzo on hunger, obesity, food security, and food ethics at the ‘Bringing Johns Hopkins to New York’ event, June 6, 2019

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How do we make the transition towards healthy and sustainable diets for all? The EAT-Lancet Commission, including our Jessica Fanzo, was the first to set scientific targets. Are we running out of time to turn them into actions?

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“This was an important event because it brought together experts from a variety of areas to look at how climate change is impacting food and water security – and specifically how that will affect the world’s most vulnerable populations,” said organizer Jessica Fanzo

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“We call it the Great Food Transformation,” said Jessica Fanzo, director of the Global Food Ethics and Policy Program at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics in Maryland. “While that may sound dramatic, we need big transformation and massive cooperation to meet this global challenge.”

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