Neoliberal globalisation, hunger and NCDs

The interrelationships between globalization and food systems are complex and contested, and have important implications for human health.  The disease burden associated with both under-nutrition and diet-related non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is huge.  Current patterns of investment and trade in food and related commodities contribute in various ways to poverty, hunger, urbanisation, and the NCDs epidemic.

For more see Food, hunger and NCDs (an annotated bibliography), 2015

See also presentation, Neoliberal globalisation, hunger and NCDs, 2016 (hit open when it appears)