Fri 10 January 2014, The Independent

World hunger has dropped greatly – but what do we do about the planet’s expanding waistline?

By Richard Garner
In the year of my birth China was engulfed in the worst famine of modern history. One chronicler remembers rushing home to find his father dying in a countryside turned into a silent landscape of ghosts. The pigs, the chickens, the dogs, even the bark off trees had all been...
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