Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12571-022-01266-z
Title: Revisiting food security in 2021: An overview of the past year
Authors: Serge Savary
Stephen Waddington
Sonia Akter 
Conny J. M. Almekinders
Jody Harris
Lise Korsten
Reimund P. Rötter
Goedele Van den Broeck
Keywords: Food security
Nutrition
Agriculture
Household
Communities
World food system
Issue Date: 10-Feb-2022
Citation: Serge Savary, Stephen Waddington, Sonia Akter, Conny J. M. Almekinders, Jody Harris, Lise Korsten, Reimund P. Rötter, Goedele Van den Broeck (2022-02-10). Revisiting food security in 2021: An overview of the past year. Food Security 14 : 1-7. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12571-022-01266-z
Abstract: Articles published in Food Security in 2021 are reviewed, showing a wide range of topics covered. Many articles are directly linked with "food" and associated terms such as "nutritive", "nutrition", "dietary", and "health". Another important group is linked with (food) "production" and a range of connected terms including: "irrigation", "cultivated", "organic", "varieties", "crop", "vegetable", and "land". A third group of terms refers to the scales at which food security is considered: "household", "farmer", "farm", "smallholder", "community", "nation" and "region". A few themes of Food Security are considered: (1) food supply and demand, food prices, and global trade; (2) food security in households; (3) food production; (4) value chains and food systems; (5) the evolution of the concept of food security; and (6) global nutrition. In a last section, perspectives for Food Security are discussed along four lines of thoughts: the level of inter-disciplinary research published in Food Security; the importance of the Social Sciences for food security as a collective good underpinned by other collective goods within food systems; the balance between the Global South and the Global North in Food Security; and a warning that urgent global challenges that vitally interact with food security may be left unattended as a result of the current public health emergency.
Source Title: Food Security
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/227438
ISSN: 1876-4517
DOI: 10.1007/s12571-022-01266-z
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