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KMC starts goat inspection, by Anup Ojha (kp 12/10/2018)

Highway side eateries to undergo inspection (kp 10/10/2018)

Most slaughterhouses operating against standards and without permit, by Rohit Rai (rep 09/10/2018)

Coliform detected in bottled water in Jhapa (ht 23/09/2018)

Ministry closes four butcheries: Livestock Ministry team inspects five meat shops in Lagankhel, Lalitpur; Four out of five butcheries did not follow standard guidelines on registration and cleanliness (kp 22/09/2018)

Authorities to monitor traders: The government bodies will monitor meat, grocery shops, slaughterhouses, dairy products, sweet shops, bottled drinks, petrol and diesel stations in the Valley (kp 20/09/2018)

Infected food, water increase health risks, by Chandan Kumar Mandal (kp 13/09/2018)

350 people taken ill after Dar feast in Panchkhal (kp 09/09/2018)

The hungry and forgotten: Malnutrition will continue largely unabated unless it is identified and approached, by Khilendra Basnyat (kp 07/09/2018)

People drinking 'undrinkable' water in eastern Nepal: Study, by Amar Khadka (rep 04/09/2018)

Party palace sealed for selling substandard food (kp 03/09/2018)

Party venues compromising on food quality in valley (ht 03/09/2018)

Children, women malnourished: Micronutrients deficiency high: Report, by Nayak Paudel (kp 31/08/2018)

The starvelings: Malnutrition is an issue that warrants the attention of the government, by Bhawana Upadhyay (kp 26/08/2018)

Read before you eat: Food manufacturing companies freely label their food as healthy, fresh, pure, original and natural even if it may not be so, by Bharati Adhikari (rep 25/08/2018)

Govt to define residue limit of pesticides, chemicals in every vegetable, fruit (ht 24/08/2018)

School water poisoned, 27 children taken ill (kp 15/08/2018), Pesticide found in school water tank, 26 children fall ill (rep 15/08/2018), Parents fear for their children’s safety, by Arjun Rajbanshi (kp 18/08/2018)

Forever hungry: Producing and distributing nutritious food should be a political priority (kp 14/08/2018)

Defining our food culture: In embracing commercial global cuisine, we are forgetting our own ethnic food culture, by Prashanta Khanal (kp 12/08/2018)

Caution: The water you drink may be unsafe: This summer let’s be extra cautious about the water we are drinking. Let’s take every effort to maintain proper sanitation and hygiene, by Binod Rayamajhee and Uma Sigdel (rep 11/08/2018)

Over 220 firms found selling unsafe goods: 41 bottled water suppliers were found to be selling contaminated water (kp 09/08/2018), Coliform detected in bottled water in Kaski (ht 09/08/2018)

Adulteration rampant due to poor oversight, by Pratap Bista (kp 06/08/2018)

Living to eat: Junk foods are a symptom of a throw-away society, by Aruna Uprety (nt 03/08/29018)

Locals suspect irregularities in nutrition program, by Ritesh Tripathi (rep 02/08/2018)

Damdawali residents drink contaminated water from Babai River, by Biplav Maharjan (kp 25/07/2018)

DAO Kaski detects coliform in jar water (ht 12/07/2018)

'Milk consumption down by 30 percent due to coliform rumors' (rep 09/07/2018)

No quarantine unit at Rasuwagadhi to check food products: Border trade shifted to Rasuwagadhi but not quarantine staff, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 08/07/2018)

Coliform found in 33 of 36 milk samples collected in capital (rep 26/06/2018), Poison in food: Coliform bacteria in milk samples (rep 26(06/2018)

Govt bodies trade blame for not exposing bottlers of contaminated water (rep 26/06/2018)

Foul and contaminated: Govt should tighten the Food Act and take strict actions against the perpetrators (kp 20/06/2018)

Obesity growing among urban youths in Nepal, by Dilasha KC (rep 11/06/2018)

Malnutrition rife among children (ht 10/06/2018)

Quality control: Six bottled water processing plants sealed (kp 03/06/2018)

135 booked for selling inferior food products (kp 26/05/2018)

Study reveals potable water rife with bacteria (kp 16/05/2018)

Imported mangoes pose ‘serious health risks’, by Shiva Puri (kp 16/05/2018)

Something fishy: Humans need protein in their diet and fish are a healthier and viable alternative to meat in Nepal, by Bhawana Upadhyay (kp 06/05/2018)

Malnutrition rampant among Chepang women, kids, by Sarita Shrestha (rep 03/05/2018)

Wisdom of eating: Chepangs’ food habits, by Aruna Uprety (ht 23/04/2018)

‘15pc children malnourished in Dhanusha’, by Shyam Sundar Shashi (kp 15/04/2018)

With 5.1 pc people obese in Nepal, a big challenge looms, by Pratik Rimal (rep 31/03/2018)

Senior nutritionWhat to eat as we age, by Jagadish K. Chhetri (ht 23/03/2018)

Childhood obesity: A public health concern, by Ajnish Ghimire (ht 20/03/2018)

400 children alarmingly malnourished in Jhapa (ht 16/03/2018)

Drought, famine escalate malnutrition in mid-west, far-west (ht 16/03/2018), Malnutrition among children on the rise in Surkhet, by Nagendra Upadhyaya (rep 16/03/2018)

Market monitoring ineffective in Chitwan thanks to lack of proper law (ht 15/03/2018)

Jhapa consumes meat products worth Rs 3.5 million every day, by Yubaraj Biswa (rep 06/03/2018)

14 pc children in Province 2 malnourished (kp 24/02/2018)

Government to fix max residue limit for fruits and vegetables (kp 23/02/2018)

Vitamin D deficiency on the rise among kids (ht 10/02/2018)

25 percent children malnourished in Banke village: District Public Health Office says malnourishment is widespread among children in Holiya Village, by Thakur Singh Tharu (kp 01/02/2018)

NFC to check, certify food quality (ht 31/01/2018)

Home to 300 edibles makers, Bara has no food inspector (rep 31/01/2018)

SC tells govt to restrict pesticide use in vegetables (rep 31/01/2018)

GMP applied at 6 dairies in KTM Valley (kp 17/01/2018)

Nepalis eating less rice compared to a decade ago, by Sangam Prasain (kp 17/01/2018)

146 children suffering from malnutrition in Rukum: DHO, by Hari Gautam (kp 07/01/2018)

Scaling up nutrition: All sectors need to jump in to address gaps that hamper the provision of proper nutrition to Nepali children, by Jhabindra Bhandari (kp 04/01/2018)

50 firms busted for selling inferior food (kp 29/12/2017), 50 firms accused of adulteration (ht 29/12/2017)

Food safety: Challenges in dairy industry, by Anjani Kumar (ht 29/12/2017)

Conference on rice fortification seeks solution for malnutrition (ht 20/12/2017)

Multi-sector nutrition plan 2 in force: The government plans to reduce stunting from  35.8 percent in 2016 to 28 in 2022. It also aims to reduce wasting from 9.7 percent in 2016 to 7 percent in 2022, by Manish Gautam (kp 15/12/2017), Morning shows the day: In a country that sees many commitments and little implementation, the recent pledge by the local representatives to invest in nutrition could be an exception to the norm, by Manish Gautam (kp 16/12/2017)

Don’t forget the children: Leaders have promised magnificent things, but said little about ending malnutrition, by PC Wasti (kp 13/12/2017)

Govt to implement second MSNP in all 77 districts: The five-year plan aims to improve status on prevalence of stunting, wasting and underweight, by Manish Gautam (kp 01/12/2017)

We are what we eat: Embrace nutrition and promote healthier choices to curb non-communicable diseases, by Sophia Uprety (kp 12/11/2017)

Restaurants required to maintain quality standards (kp 27/10/2017)

Sale of unhygienic sweets rampant, says food dept (kp 23/10/2017)

We are what we eat: Healthy food, by PC Wasti (ht 09/10/2017)

Over 1,400 children malnourished in Salyan (kp 08/10/2018)

Curbing outbreaks: Drinking water supplies must be protected by treatment measures to advance public health, by Kedar Karki (kp 08/10/2017)

Slaughterhouses in Beni caught selling unhygienic meat, by Hari Krishna Gautam (rep 27/09/2017)

Testing of pesticide in imported vegetables ineffective, by Raju Adhikari (rep 27/09/2017)

Alpine meat factory closed in just 5 mths, by Harihar Singh Rathour (kp 21/09/2017)

Cooking oil banned after inspection (ht 14/09/2017)

More than 3,000 children are malnourished in Makawanpur, by Pratap Bista (kp 13/09/2017), 23,194 children in Makwanpur malnourished, by Ashok Sujan Shrestha (rep 13/09/2017)

KMC to screen health of incoming livestock, by Anup Ojha  (kp 05/09/2017)

Dugad factory raided for expired goods: Police said some 400  containers of mango  pulp, a vital component  of the drink, were found  to be outdated (kp 29/08/2017)

2,000 malnourished children in Bajura district, says DPHO (ht 19/08/2017)

13 percent of food samples found to be substandard (rep 11/08/2017)

GTD programme fails to tackle malnutrition (ht 29/07/2017)

Carbamate residue detected in fruits, vegetables, by Arjun Tamang (rep 24/07/2017)

Myagdi consumes more meat than others, by Ghanshyam Khadka (kp 05/07/2017)

Govt initiates action against 246 food firms, by Pawan Timilsina (kp 03/07/2017)

Fighting Malnutrition (sp 23/06/2017)

Animals worth Rs2b imported in 10 mths, by Krishna Prasad Gautam (kp 09/06/2017)

No time to waste: South Asia needs greater and more efficient investments to prevent and treat malnutrition. by Jean Gough (kp 06/06/2017)

22 admitted to hospital after food poisoning (ht 26/05/2017)

Nutrition programme not in operation in Bara district (ht 11/05/2017)

63 firms booked for selling substandard food products (kp 08/05/2017)

10-month-old Kalikot girl dies of malnutrition, by Tularam Pandey (kp 30/04/2017)

Pesticide residues in fruits, veg within permissible limit: Lab report, by Ashim Neupane (rep 19/04/2017)

KMC to ‘strictly monitor’ Valley abattoirs (kp 06/04/2017), KMC planning to set up slaughter houses (ht 06/04/2017)

Food fair to promote nutritious local food begins tomorrow (ht 30/03/2017)

Thought for food: Despite dramatic progress in nutrition, half of Nepal’s child deaths are still due to hunger, by Marty Logan (nt 17/03/2017), The face of hunger: A debt-ridden Dalit couple is on the verge of losing their daughter to malnutrition, by Om Astha Rai (nt 17/03/2017)

Dhading children malnourished (ht 13/03/2017)

Malnutrition afflicts girls more than boys, by Prakash Singh (ht 12/03/2017)

The malnourished nation, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 03/03/2017)

GMP to be enforced in milk, water industries, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 27/02/2017)

Locals prefer grains to noodles in Jumla, by DB Buda (rep 22/02/2017)

Nutrition drive yielding results in Ramechhap VDCs (ht 12/02/2017)

Malnourished girl dies for want of treatment, by Khagendra Awasthi (kp 07/02/2017)

Bhadrakali Oil sealed for selling adulterated fuel (kp 24/01/2017)

Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Programme in 28 districts: Local officials say they already have ministry’s permission to spend  Rs 10m for the programme (kp 08/01/2017)

Poison we eat: Harmful pesticides, by Vikash Raj Satyal (ht 02/01/2017)

Poisoned greens: Farmers’ tendency to spray banned pesticides on vegetables poses grave health risks to consumers, by Vikash Raj Satyal (rep 28/12/2016)

Malnutrition claims 17-year old, others on the line, by Jitendra Kumar Jha (rep 26/12/2016), Malnutrition increasing among children (ht 27/12/2016), Nutrition for health: As malnutrition is a serious health problem we should take concerted action so that no one is deprived of nutritious food essential for health and ultimately survival (ht 28/12/2016)

Study reveals widespread sales of inferior products (kp 24/12/2016)

Malnutrition rife due to early marriage, pregnancy (ht 15/12/2016)

Malnutrition stalks children in Bajhang (kp 01/12/2016), Malnourished children being treated in Bajura, by Prakash Singh (ht 01/12/2016), Fight malnutrition: Pressures of work, academia and lifestyle have pushed many young adults in urban areas to the brink of malnutrition (ht 01/12/2016)

Many young adults in Valley malnourished, shows study (ht 30/11/2016)

Nutrition programme starts off in 10 Panchthar VDCs (ht 30/11/2016)

Heavy investments change little for Saptari’s malnourished (ht 18/11/2016)

Around 50 per cent Bajura children malnourished (ht 12/11/2016)

Collection centres blamed for contamination in milk (kp 04/11/2016), Quality of raw milk needs to be improved (ht 04/11/2016)

4,427 suffering from malnutrition after quake (ht 15/10/10/2016)

KMC to monitor goat markets from today: To deploy  teams for medical inspection of animals, by Anup Ojha (kp 04/10/2016)

New labelling requirement for packaged food coming (kp 12/09/2016)

‘Nepal won’t be able to end malnutrition before 2112’ (kp 10/09/2016), Ending malnutrition still a huge challenge (ht 10/09/2016)

The bottled suspicions: Subash Bhandari guarantees that more than 90 percent of bottled water manufactures are working with integrity and as per the standards set by the DFTQC, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 26/08/2016)

Hundreds fall ill due to water contamination (kp 24/08/2016) [related to Ramechhap]

Slaughter rules: Certain hygienic practices are to be followed for the production of wholesome meat, by Kedar Karki (rep 23/08/2016)

Water, oil, ghee and milk most adulterated items, by Prahlad Rijal (kp 18/08/2016), State-owned DDC faces action (kp 18/08/2016)

WSTFC unable to monitor water quality (ht 13/08/2016)

Plans afoot to close down all Valley abattoirs, by Anup Ojha (kp 19/07/2016)

Four bottled water plants sealed (kp 12/07/2016), Efficacy of govt’s market monitoring questioned, by Pushpa Raj Acharya (ht 12/07/2016)

Minister-led inspection team shuts slaughterhouse: Moj Meat Center in Satungal closed after the inspection team found it had been supplying contaminated meat to the market (kp 09/07/2016), Slaughterhouses selling maggot-infested meat (ht 09/07/2016)

1,700 kids malnourished in Kavre, study finds, by Nagendra Adhikari (kp 07/07/2016)

Ramechhap kids malnourished (ht 30/06/2016)

Government to amend Food Safety Act: Introduction of the new law will help control food adulteration and  other wrongdoings (kp 27/06/2016)

Food fair to promote nutritious local dishes (kp 24/06/2016)

‘Artificially ripened fruits pose serious health risks’, by Prahlad Rijal (kp 20/06/2016)

Fighting malnutrition: We cannot expect young and undernourished mothers to give birth to healthy children, by Jeeban Ghimire (kp 10/06/2016)

HFN talks tackling malnutrition (kp 06/06/2016)

Locals drink polluted water as authorities fail to fix damaged pipelines, by Yoges Rawal (rep 01/06/2016)

Bottled drinking water: Shrink wrapping made mandatory (kp 20/05/2016)

Three water bottling plants sealed (rep 16/05/2016)

Labelling requirements to be enforced strictly (kp 11/05/2016)

‘Kapilvastu, Achham, Parsa have highest underweight kids’ (kp 21/04/2016)

Malnutrition stalks children in Butwal, by Amrita Anamol (kp 04/04/2016)

Govt steps up inspection of Valley meat shops: A recent study has found 90pc of meat shops not maintaining basic hygiene (kp 27/03/2016)

Panel to check on Valley meat products (kp 16/03/2016)

Pachaged drinking water: Government makes sealed caps mandatory (kp 14/03/2016)

Malnutrition rife among children of Bajura district, says DHO (ht 10/03/2016)

Check on pesticide-laced produces: Authorities expand inspections in Valley (kp 17/02/2016)

Over 50 per cent children suffering from acute malnutrition in Parsa (ht 25/01/2016)

Behind closed doors: Govt should tighten the Food Act (kp 22/01/2016)

KMC inspects eateries and meat shops: First day of monitoring finds all inspected shops selling unhygienic food to consumers, by Anup Ojha (kp 05/01/2016)

Malnutrition stalks children in Banke (kp 31/12/2015)

Traders, producers of food items face action (kp 19/12/2015)

48 pc children in Pyuthan malnourished (ht 19/10/2015)

Chitwan slaughterhouses selling unhealthy meat (ht 19/10/2015)

KMC starts goat monitoring: Three dead goats found in Kalanki Khasibazaar, by Anup Ojha (kp 16/10/2015), Purchase healthy goats: Vets (ht 18/10/2015)

53 firms face DFTQC action (kp 13/08/2015)

Children in quake-hit villages malnourished: Govt report, by Pratap Bista (kp 12/08/2015)

Scaling up nutrition: All people have a right to food and good nutrition. Participatory and inclusive approach to improve nutrition is a must, by Jhabindra Bhandari (rep 01/08/2015)

Malnutrition stalks quake-hit kids, by Harihar Singh Rathour (kp 30/07/2015)

WFP destroys 7.8 tonne spoilt rice (kp 21/07/2015)

Coliform found in drinking water, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 13/07/2015)

Local is best: Instead of micronutrient additives for children living in earthquake shelters, we should promote nutritious local foods, by Aruna Uprety (nt 10/07/2015)

Meat from dead animals, fetid slaughter houses rampant: Traders purchase dead chicken in half price and sell to consumers, by Arjun Poudel (rep 10/07/2015)

UNICEF to help accelerate essential nutrition services (ht 04/07/2015)

You eat what you sow: Besides other hardships, earthquake survivors will have to deal with a rise in child undernourishment, by Sahina Shrestha (nt 03/07/2015)

Eat me not: Quick fix approach to food security could result in long-term problems (kp 24/06/2015)

Undernutrition problem looms (ht 24/06/2015)

WFP rice for Gorkha rotten, by Dewan Rai and Sudip Kaini (kp 19/06/2015), 3,000 quintals of rice provided by donors found rotten, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 20/06/2015), Ministries told to probe rotten relief materials (ht 20/06/2015), WFP to investigate mouldy rice (ht 20/06/2015), Inspection at WFP Nepalgunj godowns: MPs’ team finds ‘inedible’ pulses, by Janak Nepal, 22/06/2016), WFP faces govt action (ht 22/06/2015), WFP ‘reluctant’ to give details to House probe, by Janak Nepal (kp 23/06/2015), Food distribution, sale ban on WFP, by Janak Nepal (kp 25/06/2015), ‘WFP sent substandard rice for quake victims’: House panel report says agency officials were well aware about the inferior quality of the food (ht 26/06/2015), Destroy substandard food: Govt to UN (kp 30/06/2015)

Distribute edible relief items after lab tests: PMO (kp 17/06/2015)

Livestock office sells meat of dead she-goats, by Pavitra Kumar Shahi (16/06/2015)

After India, Nepal bans Maggi import, sales, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 05/06/2015), Restriction on sales of Maggi noodles stays (kp 16/06/2015), Maggi, Mayos using misleading labels (ht 16/06/2015)

Silent killers: Contamination of drinking water by toxic metal ions can have disastrous consequences, including cancer, by Kosh P. Neupane (kp 09/04/2015)

Importance of safe, nutritious diet stressed (kp 07/04/2015)

Bottlers of unhygenic water have free rein in Sunsari, by Rohit Rai (rep 18/03/2015)

Pesticide-laced flour kills six: 20 fall sick; The deceased from a single family, by Harihar Singh Rathore (kp 10/03/2015), Care futile for critical, pregnant patients (kp 11/03/2015), Condition of patients improving (ht 11/03/2015), Pesticide caused chapati deaths (ht 11/03/2015)

Temporary centre established to fight malnutrition, by Harihar Singh Rathaur (kp 16/02/2015)

DFTQC to establish food nutrition testing lab, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 09/02/2015)

Demand for seafood, frozen meats swell (kp 28/01/2015)

Over 15pc Kapilvastu kids malnourished (kp 15/01/2015)

Pesticide inspection: Officials face vendors’ snub (kp 10/01/2015)

KMC building slaughter houses: Meat will be distributed for sale after inspection (ht 29/12/2014)

Prevailing food norms: Poor awareness and enforcement, by Gaurav Khatiwada (ht 16/12/2014)

First few days: The world looks to Nepal for best practice evidence and lessons on strategically tackling nutritional challenges, by Diplav Sapkota (kp 02/12/2014)

Veggie pesticide residue down by 95pc: Officials, by Pragati Shahi (kp 23/11/2014)

Sixty-nine cases filed against firms selling substandard foodstuff, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 19/11/2014)

It doesn’t get fresher than this, by Abhushan Gautam (kp 08/11/2014)

Expired goods found at store in housing estate (kp 28/10/2014)

Meat campaign successful: KMC (ht 14/10/2014)

Contamination of meat products: A public health hazard, by Kedar Karki (ht 14/10/2014)

Unregulated buff market imperils health, by Dipak Bayalkoti (kp 30/09/2014), Festive season sees rise in adulteration, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 30/09/2014)

Maintain hygiene, eateries told (kp 27/09/2014)

Unhygienic meat being sold in Damak (ht 25/09/2014)

KMC’s healthy meat campaign for Dashain: Urges public to buy only those goats whose horns are painted green (ht 16/09/2014) [No green colour available else???]

Substandard food being sold in rural parts of Far West (kp 14/09/2014)

Bhat Bhateni stuff sans expiry date: Supermarket told not to sell Olay products, chocolates (ht 11/09/2014)

Processed water found contaminated, by Chandi Raj Dahal (ht 04/09/2014)

Pesticide monitoring to move beyond Kathmandu (kp 03/09/2014)

Adulteration rampant in dairy products, bottled water: Over 21 per cent of 502 samples collected all over country found to be below national standard (ht 29/08/2014)

Far-western districts flooded with sub-standard food products, by Barun Paneru (ht 21/08/2014)

Having enough to eat is not enough: Poverty is not the only reason for malnutrition in Nepal, by Mallika Aryal (nt 08/08/2014)

Cereals, legumes among most ‘unhygienic food’ (kp 06/08/2014)

Majority of Chepang kids found underweight (ht 01/07/2014)

Vegetable traders leaving Kalimati to avoid scrutiny (kp 01/08/2014), Sale of pesticide-laced veggies rampant in Tarai (ht 01/08/2014)

Malnutrition climbing social ladder, by Arjun Poudel (rep 19/07/2014)

Pesticide residues found in vegetables, by Pragati Shahi (kp 18/07/2014), Most sought-after veggies and fruits found inedible, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 18/07/2014), People forced to consume vegetable laced with pesticide, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 21/07/2014), Hidden health hazards: Rampant use of pesticides, by Sangam Prasain (kp 22/07/2014), Off-season vegetables top pesticide content, by Pragati Shahi (kp 22/07/2014), Wash them away: Clean vegetables and fruits under running water to remove any pesticide residues, by Dilli Ram Sharma (kp 22/07/2014), Unwarranted use of pesticides: Consumer health at high risk, by Vikash Raj Satyal (ht 23/07/2014), Poison on the table: Most farmers have a separate yard to grow vegetables for their personal use where they use only organic fertilizers instead of chemicals and pesticides, by Vikash Raj Satyal (rep 23/07/2014), Pesticide residues in vegetables: How grave are the problems?, by Roshani Dhamala (rep 25/07/2014), Pesticide row: Vegetable traders scuffle with police, by Suman Bashyal (kp 26/07/2014), 300 kg of chemical-lacedcowpeas dumped (ht 26/07/2014), Police seize pesticide-laden beans amid protest by traders, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 26/07/2014)

A scandal: By the time our politicians come around to unveiling the new constitution there might not be many of us to cheer it on, by Biswas Baral (rep 17/07/2014)

Achham children suffering from malnutrition (ht 13/07/2014)

Food and mouth: The government should impose higher taxes on people with higher income and subsidize food, health and housing for the poor, by Bhim Prasad Bhurtel (rep 12/07/2014)

Generation Nutrition: Saving Children; Initiated by ACF, a France-based INGO, Generation Nutrition can help Nepal to stop children dying from Acute Malnutrition (sp 11/07/2014)

Govt monitoring use of pesticides in veggie, fruits (kp 11/07/2014)

Malnutrition rife in Kanchanpur (ht 10/07/2014)

Time to go organic to tackle pesticide-laced food, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 04/07/2014)

Monitoring team warns dairy shops, water plants (ht 03/07/2014)

Junk food: Slow poison, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 03/07/2014)

Valley restaurants ‘lackproper storage facilities’ (ht 01/06/2014)

90 percent pesticide residue found in veggies sold in capital, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 25/06/2014)

Edible oil, ghee adulteration rampant (rep 25/06/2014)

Slaughter houses posing health risks (kp 23/06/2014)

Lab set up to test chemical inputs in vegetables (ht 19/06/2014)

Market flooded with expired food products (rep 16/06/2014)

Antibiotics use in chicken risks rise in human resistivity, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 10/06/2014)

Civil Society Alliance For Nutrition, by Jhabindra Bhandari (rn 09/06/2014)

Raising awareness against adulteration (ht 01/06/2014)

Budget crunch delays nutrition programme (ht 31/05/2014)

Nutrition fair helps fight malnutrition among kids, women, by Govinda K.C. (rep 22/05/2014)

Per capita meat consumption up 11 kg (kp 16/05/2014)

263 food companies face legal action (ht 12/05/2014)

Iodine deficiency disorders in far-west (ht 11/05/2014)

47 pc Bajura kids malnourished (ht 08/05/2014)

Traders supply ‘date-expired’ foodstuffs to Karnali region, by Tularam Pandey (kp 02/05/2014)

Sales of organic food take off in valley, by Suman Bashyal (kp 11/04/2014)

Bajura locals taken ill after drinking contaminated water, by Krishna Oli (rep 10/04/2014)

40pc population is food energy-deficient: UN Rep (kp 21/03/2014)

Two die of food poisoning, 12 fall ill, by Shyam Sundar Shashi (kp 14/03/2014)

Malnutrition rate in Saptari high‚ afflicting 24 per cent children (ht 02/03/2014)

Malnutrition rate high in Saptari (ht 26/02/2014)

Right food: Informing mothers and families about nutritious food can reduce stunting (kp 14/02/2014)

Country to have ‘Kalimati’ brand of vegetables and fruits soon (ht 08/02/2014)

Govt ill-equipped to test cooking oil, by Ramesh Shrestha (kp 03/02/2014)

Pesticide traces found in veggies grown in Valley (ht 21/01/2014)

‘Nepalis eating healthy food’ (ht 20/01/2014)

Consumption of meat up last year: Demand has been increasing in country with rising income levels (ht 13/01/2014)

Govt preparing food quarantine regulation (kp 04/01/2014)

Department of Food Technology and Quality Control (DFTQC)

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