#WorldFoodDay | Interconnected Food Feature (IFF) Chamber launches program on World Food Day.

The Interconnected Food Feature (IFF) Chamber a nonprofit organization that set out to address the imbalances and discrimination in the food systems has officially launched its program.

The diversified organization, IFF Chamber, was launched yesterday Saturday 16th October 2021 at The Wole Soyinka Theatre, University of Ibadan.

However, the event tagged ‘Reimaging The Food Nexus’ saw industry experts speak in a panel session in attendance at the session was Chef Linh from the World Association of Chefs Society, Abdulazeez Olorunshola from The Nigeria Government Forum, and Temi Adegoroye from Sahel Consulting.

IFF Chamber is on the mission to advocate for a Healthy sustainable food chain, Food loss, and waste reduction, and Responsible production and consumption. Also to educate people on the benefit of having a healthy and sustainable food chain.

The program launch saw attendees share ideas and ask thought-provoking questions on how we can make the planet and our food systems safe and future generations free from hunger.


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