GFS to contribute to Global Food Security dialogue

The Global Food Studies academic staff and research scholars, Associate Professor Wendy Umberger, Ms Wahida, Professor Randy Stringer and Dr Dale Yi,  recently attended the First International Conference on Global Food Security held in Netherlands between 29 September and 2 October 2013.

According to the Conference’s website, the First International Conference on Global Food Security aimed to deliver state-of-the-art analysis, inspiring visions and innovative research methods arising from interdisciplinary research.

GFS researchers presented their research findings on various topics including Indonesian consumers’ demand for certified organic agricultural products; productivity and technical inefficiency of intergrated pest management compliant and non-compliant shallot growers; and dietary transformation in Indonesia in relation to supermarket revolution.


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