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Canadian Food Inspection Agency
This is the website of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Do good save food! Nine easy tips to reduce food waste
Take a look at this infographic from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to see how much food is wasted every year and what we can do to address this issue.
History of Pies
Historians trace the origin of the dessert to 6000 B.C.E. Pies may be a staple at many holiday celebrations, but their original purpose was much different. The purpose of a pastry shell was mainly to serve as a baking dish, storage container, and serving vessel. Learn more at this site!
How to Celebrate World Food Day
Looking for ways to celebrate World Food Day at school and at home, this article has three ideas.
How to Paint Easy Watercolour Vegetables
Step by step instructions for how to make beautiful beet, carrot, and radish water colour paintings.
How to paint with fruits and veggies
Learn how to use fruits and vegetables in your art!
Partnership in Food Safety Education
The Partnership for Food Safety Education develops and promotes effective education programs to reduce foodborne illness risk for consumers.
The Pathogen Tracker Game has been created as a fun challenge for anyone interested in learning more about the spread of foodborne illnesses and how online databases can help track down the source of the organisms that cause them.
Reduce Food Waste
Do you want to reduce your food waste? Alberta Health Services offers ideas on how to do so!
What the World Eats
Users can select different countries or regions to see how consumption patterns have changed in the last 50 years.
Wikipedia: World Food Day
Learn about events across the world and each year's World Food Day theme.
World Food Clock
A clock that shows statistics on food produced, wasted, and consumed around the world in real time.
World Food Day
Do you want to learn more about World Food Day? This website has all the information you're looking for, discover the history, current events and much more.
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