Cuba is fifth among the first 14 countries that has achieved reducing the rate of hunger and malnutrition in a sustainable manner for several years.

The news, contained in the Report on the World Food Policy of 2018 was revealed at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, based in Rome.

According to St. Lucia News Online, Cuba appears among the nations that has advanced the most in its food policies with equality and are close to the goal linked to the Sustainable Development Objective with aspirations to reach zero hunger and malnutrition in 2030.

The report, responsibility of the International Research Institute on Food Policy based in Washington since 2000 has as the objective to revise each year the most relevant results in food policy in the world.

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