Food, heritage, culture and the food contribution to the trust's market


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What is food and why do we need to have food?.


Food is anything that is eaten and taken into the body, as solid, liquid or acceptable forms, with the intention of not poisoning the body, by providing nutrients, energy and resulting in health benefits for the individual. Food provides our daily needs for energy and nutrition. It also shapes and sustains the body and ensures the normal functioning of our bodily organs. A good food diet also helps us stay healthy, allowing the body to defend itself in cases of any external intruders such as disease. Food is a resource that is mostly available through agricultural means, and those who do not have enough agriculture might face hunger and lack of food security resulting in wars with those who have more of this resource. When this happens, this can result in a breach of peace.


The likelihood of drought and breach of peace and lack of food security are the main reasons why some food charities and trusts exist. This set contributes to the expansion of the trust's market. The world food programme is an example of a charity that exists, as a branch of the United Nations to address world hunger and also promote food security. It helps bridge the gap created by helping the vulnerable individuals who cannot create, produce or obtain enough food for themselves. It addresses the issues that create:

a). Food vulnerability, hunger and malnutrition;

b). Barriers to entry for those interested in producing and obtaining food for themselves;

c). Save lives in times of drought and trouble;

d). Provide food safety, reduce risk of food vulnerabilities and empower countries and organisations to be responsible for their food production; and

d). Encourages food programmes that result in environmental, social and economic stability.


Examples of Food Trusts and Charities:


Listed below are some of trusts and charities that are food-related:

a). World Food Programme;

b). Waste No Food Charity;

c). Action against hunger;

d). Feeding America;

e). Bread for the World;

f). Foodcycle;

g). Fareshare;

h). Farm Sanctuary etc


Cultures, Heritage and the objectives of food trusts and charities:


The main objectives of the food trusts and charities are to encourage, ensure food safety, reduce the risk of drought and empower individuals, societies, communities, countries and the world to produce their food and not have food vulnerability. The individuals can only ensure food safety if they understand the reason why food exists and the role played by eating in the whole eco-system.


The profile of food can be elevated through:


a). Sharing of food cultures;

b). Showcasing different foods and their nutritional benefits;

c). Understanding food production and agricultural techniques;

d). Understanding how our food helps shape our cultures and heritage;

e). Cooperation and collaborations of all individuals, societies, countries and rest of the world in food programmes and projects;

f). Elevating the health and nutritional benefits of food in disease prevention, especially in the time of virus and disease outbreaks;

g). Promoting food safety;

h). Encouraging food production, delivery, eating and disposal techniques that are good to the environment, health, economy and society as a whole.


The overall effect of the food market on the trust's market:


The expansion of the food market has a corresponding increase in the trust's demand as individuals start their charities to protect:


a). Food heritage;

b). Food health and nutrition;

c). Food safety and production;

d). Food distribution and delivery; and

e). Food disposal.


The growth and expansion also result in the growth and development of the trust's market as a whole. Any adverse effect on the food market can also have a corresponding negative impact on the trust's market. It is essential to understand the key players, variables and stagnant factors in each market to understand and predict future movements and influences in this market.


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