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World Food Day 2021

What and When is World Food Day?

Find out what is World Food Day and when it is celebrated, only at Bristol Toyota in Swansea, MA. Read on for more details.

World Food Day is celebrated on 16th October in honor of founding the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. The event and day are celebrated by multiple organizations that deal with food and agriculture, including organizations like International Fund, Agricultural Development, and World Food Program.

This day is a reminder of the hunger rates currently prevalent globally and reminds the developed countries of their privileged status and of their duty towards the less privileged. Statistics state that one-third of the food produced worldwide is lost or wasted and that underdeveloped constitutes 98% of worldwide hunger.


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Watch the YouTube video uploaded on the official FAO YouTube channel and have a glimpse of the vision and mission of the organization for World Food Day 2021. Click on the link below to watch the video.

On World Food Day, multiple events are conducted worldwide to raise awareness of the issue at hand by Non-Government Organizations, governments, schools, the media, corporate offices, and the general public.

Raising awareness is a step towards eradicating hunger. The organization also aims at boosting the agricultural department and those employed or associated with it. Proper utilization of our resources will help improve the growth of produce, which will increase its rate of availability in the world.


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Join us at Bristol Toyota towards a healthier and sustainable tomorrow. The future of the world and its inhabitants rests in our hands, and it is up to each one of us to make a difference. Drive into the dealership or contact us to participate in the community events held nearby. Schedule services at the dealership and pick up your refreshed car once the events are over.