World Food Day aims to educate people across the world about the existing menace of global hunger. Food security and sustainability are other issues that revolve around the commemoration of World Food Day.
World Food Day 2020: United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) marked October 16 of every year as World Food Day.
World Food Day 2021: Here's all you need to know about the theme, significance, history, and steps to reduce food waste and promote local ecosystems.
World Food Day 2020: From Dalgona to Frog Bread, 2020 has been quite a year of viral food trends. Here are 10 of the best food trends that got us cooking too!
On World Food Day 2020, PM Narendra Modi released a commemorate coin of INR 75 denomination and also dedicated new 17 crops to the nation.
World Food Day: Shilpa Shetty makes a healthy Ragi-Dal dosa to celebrate the day. She shares some interesting hacks for the Dosa preparation too.
World Food Day 2020: These easy tips and tricks can be incorporated in your kitchen to make it zero-waste and completely sustainable.
This year the theme for World Food Day is 'Healthy Diets For A #Zerohunger World.' Our diets are constantly evolving with our fast-paced lives, and we perhaps need to relook these changes.
World Food Day: Many of these kitchen superfoods have been acclaimed for their immunity-boosting properties, they blend very well with many of our food preparations too.
Cook food in a sustainable and eco-friendly way to conserve natural resources.