World Food Day brand posts urge users to strengthen their habits, helping them grow out of food wastage tendencies and shed malnourishment.
World Food Day is celebrated in honor of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. World Food Day Brand Posts carry this message forward.
To tackle vices such as Malnutrition, unhealthy eating habits, and food wastage, World Food Day observes a specific theme each year. This year’s theme is “Our Actions Are Our Future, Healthy Diets for A #ZeroHunger World”.
A group of brands tapped this theme while a few others chose to take a different route. Modern Foods highlights hunger by infusing a common but toxic eating habit. Canon India extends its notion #ShiftYourFocus and urges us to avoid food wastage.
More brands such as SMAAASH & DY Patil University SHTS stay persistent on the conviction of saying no to food wastage. Mother Dairy gives a visual representation of what ‘leaving the last sip’ really means.
Girliyapa shares all the perfect times to order food. Manforce shares their version of a three-course meal. Haier India uses a format that was recently trending. YAAP concentrates on healthy eating habits.
Several ventures underline today’s theme in varied ways with their World Food Day brand posts.
Intergovernmental Organizations such as the United Nations, World Health Organization and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations state a few unheard but hard-hitting facts along with some educative content.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the organization for which this day is celebrated has further amplified their offline activities such as live conferences with world leaders on social media along with posts with suggestions that can help us cultivate a healthy lifestyle.
Volvo Buses India
World Health Organization
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
DY Patil University SHTS
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You can do your bit by reducing food wastage at the individual level. Donate, don’t waste.