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International Food Policy
1201 I St NW, Washington, DC, 20005
Sep 07, 2021
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The International Food Policy Research Institute was founded in 1975 to develop policy solutions for meeting the food needs of the developing world. It receives funding from governments, private foundations, national and international organizations, and the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research. It has various divisions, such as development strategy and governance; environment and production technology; food consumption and nutrition; International Service for National Agricultural Research; markets, trade and institutions and communications. The institute s researchers work closely with national counterparts to strengthen research capacities in developing countries. It communicates the results of its research to influence policymaking and raise public awareness about food security, poverty and natural resource issues. It undertakes scientific research in various fields, including agriculture, livestock, forestry, fisheries and natural resources management. Headquartered in Washington, D.C, the institute also has offices in China, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, India and Uganda.

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as you saw the i mean mexico or corn is very very important to their diet i i think a key thing here to realize is it's white corn it's not number two yellow corn which a lot of the the program was about number two yellow corn is is actually a corn that goes into cattle feed and so most of the imports that mexico gets from the u.