Does agriculture need more innovation?

| Foreign Markets |

Rise of the global population is closely linked to food security, and has become the main threat to the stability of agricultural production in the world. However, researchers have tended to overlook an important aspect of the current demographic boom in the world, namely the shift in the structure of the society.

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The role of innovation in improving food security

| Prospects & Investment |

The ever-increasing population of the Earth is a challenge mainly with regard to food supply security. According to experts’ estimates, over the next 40-50 years’ time, it is going to be necessary to produce as much food as in the past 10,000 years! Providing enough foodstuffs for the generation may be achieved thanks to better crop efficiency.

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Food security of Poland keeps rising

| Uncategorized |

Poland is one of the four countries in Europe where food security has increased since 2014. Let us take a look at the factors which led to the continued improvement of the country’s position in the ranking.

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Can Poland become self-sufficient in food production?

| Polish Market |

The following aspects of food security are the most commonly analyzed: affordability, availability and quality and safety. Affordability is defined as “the presence of adequate amount of food for the whole population at a given time, in order to provide sustenance”. Availability refers to unrestricted food supply on the market, while quality means that the food ensure a balanced and safe diet.

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Food security in Poland and the national legislation

| Rynek polski |

A discussion about food security in Poland ought to start from the laws and regulations currently in force in the country. At present, agricultural produce we consume may come from any place in the world. Consequently, it would be advisable for the regulations concerning food, which are becoming stricter and stricter, to be implemented consistently by suitable institutions and supervisory bodies.

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