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Food Coaching for Emotional Eaters

IAPC&M

International Authority for Professional Coaching & Mentoring (IAPC&M)) - The Leading International Accreditation Body for Coaches & Mentors The post Food Coaching for Emotional Eaters appeared first on International Authority for Professional Coaching & Mentoring (IAPC&M)).

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Food plight

McKinsey

Disruptions to the world’s food system are deepening the global food crisis. Efforts by the grocery industry and consumers can help prevent a worsening scenario.

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What is food insecurity?

McKinsey

The term “food insecurity” refers to the economic and social conditions that limit access to safe, nutritious food—and sufficient amounts of it. More than two billion people worldwide experience food insecurity.

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Digital transformation comes to food banks

McKinsey

The Greater Boston Food Bank’s $5 million reinvention as a digital-first enterprise has one overriding goal—to put more of its resources toward ending hunger.

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Reducing food loss: What grocery retailers and manufacturers can do

McKinsey

An estimated $600 billion worth of food is lost during or just after harvest. Can manufacturers and grocers do anything about it? Definitely—and it will be good for business, people, and the planet.

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The rising risk of a global food crisis

McKinsey

The war in Ukraine poses a looming threat to the worldwide food supply. Here’s what’s at stake—and what might be done to help.

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Ordering in: The rapid evolution of food delivery

McKinsey

Succeeding in the fast-growing food-delivery ecosystem will require understanding how overlapping economic forces affect a complex web of stakeholders.

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