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What is the Food Security Standard in concrete terms and to what extent does it make companies work more sustainably and show responsibility?

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The FSS provides a practical instrument for demonstrating that the “right to food” enjoyed by farm workers, smallholder farmers and communities.

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As part of the accompanying research on the Food Security Standard (FSS), the significance of sustainability standards in German consumer behaviour.

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The FSS integrates the Right to Food into sustainability certification schemes by translating it into criteria that can be verified during a sustainability audit.

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Options for companies to address the right to food. Learnings from a pilot audit in Kenya.

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In Zambia, one of the most food insecure countries of the world, the FSS was tested in the context of smallholder cotton farming ...

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The Food Security Standard (FSS) was tested as a part of the sustainability certification of a group of sugar cane plantations in Bolivia. This Fact Sheet provides information on the process and outcome.

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The first tests showed: The criteria of the Food Security Standard (FSS) are suited to be integrated into existing sustainability standards …

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This briefing paper illustrates joint efforts of WWF, ZEF and Welthungerhilfe to establish the Food Security Standard (FSS) project.

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“One thing that I like about the Food Security Standard is the objectivity with which it measures the availability of food to small-scale farmers.”Michael Kitetu (AfriCert, Kenya, 2020)
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