We want to leave behind a world in which hunger and food waste coexist, where crops feed biofuels or animals despite water and food shortages, and where obesity in one country contrasts starvation in another.
Matteo Renzi meets BCFN Chairman
for the Milan Protocol
Matteo Renzi meets BCFN Chairman for the Milan ProtocolDISCOVER MORE
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October 14, 2014
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We want to create a civil society movement to encourage our political leaders to address the challenges of food and nutrition, based on a single framework: the Milan Protocol on Food and Nutrition.
The "Milan Protocol" will connect citizens and policy makers
to address the issue of food sustainability with a triple objective:
To promote healthy lifestyles and fight obesity
To promote sustainable agriculture
To reduce food waste by 50% by 2020
The initiative, launched at the 2013 edition of the BCFN International Forum, now calls on the civil society to take an active role in drafting the document. The final version of the Protocol will be presented on the occasion of Expo 2015. The movement needs your support to make the Protocol reality.
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Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN) was established in 2009 with
the goal of researching major global issues connected with food and nutrition.
In 2014, BCFN has become a foundation and consolidates its commitment to find and spread concrete solutions
to the global food and nutrition issues.