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July 26th, 2011
Food Security Task Force Embarks on Five-year Mission

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No one denies that all living organisms need food in order to survive, but not everyone draws an immediate connection between food and social, economic and environmental security. Food security is, in fact, something that the European Union takes very seriously. A new project, Plant and Food Security (or PLANTFOODSEC), is an initiative of the AGROINNOVA Centre of Competence at the University of Turin, which is financed by the EU under the FP7 programme and involves a total of 13 partners from eight countries: France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. The project focuses on scientific analyses of biological threats with the capacity to infect plants, damage agricultural production or impact food or feed at any point along supply chains. Read More

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