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Proposals on Food Policy at the World Food Conference, 1974

Any review of international food policy at the present must start with the comprehensive programme of action proposed at the World Food Conference, and must analyse subsequent developments in institutions,activities, and policies. The major aims of the Food Conference included the formulation of programmes to increase food production in developing countries, to improve the distribution and consumption of food, to strengthen world food security and to bring about a more orderly system of agricultural trade and adjustment. In all the Conference adopted no less than 22 resolutions, intended to cover all aspects of the world food problem.

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