Coronavirus Update: Today most of the countries of the world are affected due to the coronavirus epidemic. From cleanliness to shopping to protect against this deadly virus, experts have made many rules and laws. Apart from this, there is only one question in our mind that what should we eat to avoid the infection of this dangerous coronavirus. The food and beverage include all companies involved in packaging, processing raw food materials, and distributing them: from farm to fork. The industry's value chain can be looked at through six stages:
At every stage of food and beverage companies have the potential to do great tremendous or harm suitable for children. At the moment, UNICEF is focusing on a better understanding of the impact on both the agricultural and food environment supply chains. According to the (WHO) World Health Organisation, (NCDs), non-communicable diseases are the world's leading cause of death. Thirty-eight million global deaths are estimated annually and a burden that falls mainly on developing countries. The urgency and importance of addressing NCDs have been recognized as central to the Post-2015 Development Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals. Today we will tell you about the guidelines related to food ad beverages released by UNICEF.
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