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French farmers end blockade after govt pledge

PARIS (Reuters) - French farmers protesting against the margins earned by supermarkets on everyday food products said they would stop blockading retail warehouses on Saturday after the government promised to look into their grievances.

Park houses 525 species of local herbs for treating ailments

YOU can practically learn everything about herbs at the newly refurbished Herbal Park at Batu 1, Simpang Pulai, Jalan Batu Gajah in Kepayang, Perak.

Agro ministry to set up El Nino committee

The Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry will set up a committee to tackle the impact of the El Nino phenomenon on the agriculture industry, said minister Datuk Noh Omar

French farmers end blockade after govt pledge

PARIS (Reuters) - French farmers protesting against the margins earned by supermarkets on everyday food products said they would stop blockading retail warehouses on Saturday after the government promised to look into their grievances.

ANALYSIS - U.N. talks seek links in food, climate crises

BONN (Reuters) - A new focus on the impact of farming on climate change could both curb carbon emissions and prod efforts to boost yields and rural incomes in developing countries, delegates told a U.N. climate conference.

U.N. warns of catastrophe as hungry people top 1 bln

ROME (Reuters) - High food prices have pushed another 105 million people into hunger in the first half of 2009, the head of the U.N. World Food Programme said on Friday, raising the total number of hungry people to over 1 billion.

Swiftlet farmers cry foul

SWIFTLET farmers in Sarawak are crying foul over what they claimed as 'double standard' in the authorities not issuing licences to them.

Doorway to health

YOU can practically learn everything about herbs at the newly refurbished Herbal Park at Batu 1, Simpang Pulai, Jalan Batu Gajah in Kepayang, Perak.

New flu has been around for years in pigs - study

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The new H1N1 virus, which has caused the first pandemic of the 21st century, appears to have been circulating undetected among pigs for years, researchers reported on Thursday.

Insulated containers expensive and low quality, say fish importers

The high cost and low quality of insulated fish containers and expensive handling charges were reasons why fish importers and transport agents in the country refused to use insulated fish containers.