Rising food prices and declining agricultural production levels in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nations have caused growing concerns and alarm for food security.
Ultimately and at the end of CWA Plenary Meeting, you sit there and wonder, what then is the best investment strategy for the Caribbean going forward?
With the inclusion and support of government, civil society and the private Sector, the necessary support for developing and coordinating school feeding policies should be easy.
The increasing demand for Caribbean products has led to innovative approaches in resolving agricultural issues in the region.
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