Competition Rules

Food Sustainability Media Award Competition Rules Award 2016

Introduction

The Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (hereinafter “BCFN Foundation” or “BCFN”) is a multidisciplinary think tank that analyses the cause and effect relationship economic, scientific, social and environmental factors have on food. The foundation produces invaluable scientific content to inform and help people to make conscious choices every day about food and nutrition, health and sustainability. Learn more at: http://www.barillacfn.com

The Thomson Reuters Foundation acts to promote socio-economic progress and the rule of law worldwide. The organisation runs initiatives that inform, connect and ultimately empower people around the world; access to free legal assistance, media development and training, editorial coverage of the world’s under-reported stories, and the Trust Women conference. Learn more at: http://www.trust.org

For the purpose of these Competition Rules, ‘You’ or the ‘Entrant’ refers to you as the person or people entering the Award. ‘We’ or the ‘Organisers’ refers to the Thomson Reuters Foundation and BCFN Foundation.

Mission

Food sustainability is a global concern. Now, more than ever, there is a pressing need to shed light on the paradoxes affecting our global food system.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the BCFN Foundation are strongly committed to raising awareness on today’s food paradoxes and food sustainability. Through its editorial coverage and journalism training, the Thomson Reuters Foundation has shed light on some of the world’s underreported stories on pressing issues such as the human impact of climate change. The BCFN Foundation is strongly committed to addressing the future challenges of food through interdisciplinary research and promoting open dialogue.

The two organisations strongly believe the media has a key role to play in this. By informing and shedding light on such issues, the media through video, photography and written journalism, can create a virtuous cycle, engaging consumers so that – in turn – they can contribute to the creation of a more equitable and sustainable future, starting from their food choices.

Scope and Approach

The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the BCFN Foundation want to encourage journalists and emerging talents to report on food sustainability and today’s food paradoxes.

The two organisations invite journalists, freelancers and amateur reporters to submit their work for the Food Sustainability Media Award (the “Award”). This initiative aims to recognize the work of professional journalists and emerging talents from around the world for their in-depth reporting on issues related to food security, sustainability, agriculture and nutrition. In particular, the Award aims to raise awareness around some of today’s food paradoxes, among them:

• Hunger & Obesity – for every undernourished person there are now two obese or overweight people in the world;
• Food & Fuel – a third of agricultural cereal crops are used to produce animal feed or biofuels despite hunger and malnutrition;
• Waste & Starvation – 1.3 billion tons of edible food is wasted every day, four times the amount needed to feed the 795 million undernourished people around the world.

The main objectives of the Award are:

• To raise awareness of today’s ‘food paradoxes’
• To promote sustainable and achievable solutions to today’s greatest food paradoxes. The launch of the Award aims to make the topic of food sustainability more approachable and understandable to the general public and to spark a global discussion around food sustainability and the current global challenges related to food security.
• To foster strong media engagement through journalism training

Categories

There are 3 different Award categories. For each, both published and unpublished work can be submitted. Published and unpublished work will be judged separately.

A) Written journalism (Print and Online)
For a feature article published in print or online that addresses topics or issues related to food sustainability.

 

B) Video
For a feature story on food sustainability with an emphasis on multimedia storytelling and creative use of multimedia techniques.

 

C) Photography
For a photo or series of photographs that portrays key themes or issues related to food sustainability.

Best of the Web

In addition, the Best of the Web award will go to the project that receives the highest number of votes on the Award website out of the shortlisted finalists for all categories (written, video, photo), both published and unpublished.

All entries must be submitted in English (for non-English projects a translation in English must be provided).

Award Prizes

• All the recipients of the Award (the “Winners”) will receive an Award certification for their respective category.
• Winners for the published written, photography and video categories (3 in total) will receive a 10,000 euro cash prize/each.
• All Winners for the ‘published and unpublished written, photography and video’ categories (6 in total) will have the possibility to attend the 8th BCFN International Forum and be awarded on stage;
• Winners for the ‘unpublished written, photography and video’ categories (3 in total) and All unpublished categories finalists (6 in total, 2 for unpublished written category, 2 for unpublished photography and 2 for unpublished video category) will receive an all-expenses paid trip to attend a Thomson Reuters Foundation journalism training course on sustainability. Drawing on the expertise and global footprint of Reuters news, the Foundation runs a variety of journalism courses every year. The organisation has trained over 16,000 journalists from around the world.
• The Winner of the ‘unpublished written category’ will also have the opportunity to have her/his work distributed by the Reuters newswire, reaching an estimated 1 billion daily readers.
• The winner of Best on the web receiving the highest number of votes on the Award website will receive an all-expenses paid trip to attend a Thomson Reuters Foundation journalism training course on sustainability.

The prizes for the Winners are as described above, on Organisers web sites (http://www.barillacfn.com ; http://www.trust.org) and/or on goodfoodmediaaward.com (‘’Award Site’’).  No transfer, refund, cash redemption, substitution, cash equivalent or replacement of any prize by any Winner is permitted, except that the Organisers reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to substitute a prize of equal or greater value (or cash equivalent). In the event the approximate retail value of a prize is different from the actual retail value of that prize, the difference will not be awarded in cash. Applicable taxes are the sole responsibility of Winner.  Any portion of the prize not accepted or unclaimed and/or unused by any Winner will be forfeited and will not be substituted.  In no event will more than the stated number of prizes be awarded.

Potential Topic Areas

The Award aims to enhance and promote the coverage of food sustainability and today’s food paradoxes.

• Hunger & Obesity – for every undernourished person there are now two obese or overweight people in the world;
• Food & Fuel – a third of agricultural cereal crops are used to produce animal feed or biofuels despite hunger and malnutrition;
• Waste & Starvation – 1.3 billion tons of edible food is wasted every day, four times the amount needed to feed the 795 million undernourished people around the world.

For more info please visit Organisers web sites (http://www.barillacfn.com ; http://www.trust.org) and/or the Award site goodfoodmediaaward.com.

How to enter 

The official entry period (the “Application Period”) is from 9th January 2017 to 31st May 2017 (the ‘’Entry Period’’).

To enter the Award during the Entry Period, visit the Award Site and follow the entry instructions which will require, among other things, that the Entrant create and submit via electronic transmission a published or original work of authorship (the “Work”) as specifically described above and/or on the Award Site.  

By entering and submitting a Work, the Entrant agrees that they have read and consent to be bound by these Competition Rules as well as the Thomson Reuters Foundation Privacy Policy (www.goodfoodmediaaward.com/privacy-and-cookies/) and the BCFN Foundation Privacy Policy (https://www.barillacfn.com/media/pdf/PRIVACY_INFORMATION_Food_Sustainability_Media_Award.pdf), (together the “Privacy Policies”).

The Organisers or their designated representatives reserve the right to disqualify and remove any Work that does not conform to these Competition Rules and the Privacy Policies as determined by Organisers in their sole discretion.  The Organisers will not notify the Entrant whether a Work has been disqualified and removed.  

Eligibility

The Award is open to journalists, freelancers and amateur reporters. Work produced by amateur reporters, freelancers or staffers from a news/media outlet is eligible. All entries should focus on stories and issues around the theme of food sustainability.

Entries submitted by members of staff working at the same organisation as any of the competition judges or at BCFN Foundation, Barilla Group, Thomson Reuters Foundation or Thomson Reuters are not eligible. Entries submitted by freelancers who work with these organisations are eligible.

The Award recognizes the outstanding work of journalists and emerging talents across six categories: written journalism (published and unpublished), photography (published and unpublished), and video (published and unpublished). Published and unpublished work will be judged separately.

The Award is open only to those who are at least 18 years of age at the time of entry.  Proof of age may be required.  

PUBLISHED AREA

All entries for the published categories must have been published, distributed or broadcasted between May 2016 and May 2017. All published entries must include a professional reference contact and/or letter.

• Published Written Journalism Category: materials must be obtained from a newspaper, magazine or news site that publishes at least weekly and adheres to the highest journalistic principles.
• Published Video category: materials must have been previously distributed, broadcasted or screened on a news site, TV channel, film festival (or event) or an established website or blog.
• Published Photography category: materials must have been previously published or distributed on news sites, newspapers, magazines, or an established website or blog.

UNPUBLISHED AREA

For the three categories, only unpublished and original materials will be eligible.

All work submitted in the unpublished category must be original (meaning not using third party copyright materials) but can be pre-existing or created especially for this Award.

Entrants for the unpublished categories (Written, Video and Photo) must have a passport and be eligible to travel to the country where the journalism training course will be held. Entrants must be available to attend the journalism training course which is taught in English.

Employees of the Organisers, their subsidiaries, divisions, affiliates, and the immediate family and household members of such individuals, are not eligible to enter or win.  "Immediate family members" shall mean parents, step-parents, children, step-children, siblings, step-siblings, or spouses, regardless of where they live.  "Household members" shall mean people who share the same residence at least three months a year, whether related or not.  

All participants must submit their entry online via the initiative’s website. Entrants may only submit a maximum of 1 (one) submission per category. Entries by the same person in excess of the limits stated herein will be disqualified.  Each entry must include a professional reference contact and/or letter.

In order to enter the Award or receive the prize, the Entrant must fully comply with these Competition Rules and Privacy Policies and, by entering the Award, the Entrant represents and warrants that they agree to be bound by these Competition Rules and Privacy Policies, and the decisions of the designated judges, whose decisions shall be binding and final in all respects relating to this Award.

Each Work must also comply with the following requirements:

 

(a) The Work must be Entrant’s own original work, created solely by Entrant or in the case of co-authored Work, created solely by the Entrants; the entries submitted in the unpublished categories must not have been previously published, released or distributed in any form; must not have won any award; and must not infringe the copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights of any person or entity. The entries submitted in the published categories must have been previously published, screen or distributed by news outlets, newspapers, magazines or an established website or blog between 1st May 2016 to 31st May 2017. Eligibility will be determined case by case. Entries for the written and video categories must include a description of 100-250 words. Entries for the video and photography categories, both published and unpublished, must include a description and/or captions of their submission including which device it was captured on. Entries for the photography category, both published and unpublished, may not be digitally altered significantly beyond standard optimisation, as in cropping, reasonable adjustments to exposure, colour and contrast.

 

(b) Except as set forth on the Award Site, the Work must not contain or reference any names, products or services of any company or entity or any third party trademarks, logos, trade dress or promotion of any brand, product or service. 

(c) If any persons appear or are referred to in the Work, the Entrant is solely responsible for obtaining, prior to submitting the Entrant’s Work, any and all releases and consents necessary to permit the publication, exhibition and use of the Work by the Organisers.  If any person appearing in any Work is under the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence, the signature of a parent or legal guardian is required on each release. 

(d) Any Work that is lewd, obscene, sexually explicit, pornographic, disparaging, defamatory, libellous, or any Work that otherwise contains inappropriate content or objectionable material may not be submitted and may be removed at any time in the Organisers' sole and unfettered discretion. 

(e) The Work must not contain any personally identifiable information of any person other than the Entrant.  Should the Entrant include personally identifiable information about the Entrant in the Work, that Entrant acknowledges and agrees that such information will be disclosed publicly and Entrant is solely responsible for any consequences thereof.

(f) The Entrant may not be (nor may the Entrant work with parties in conjunction with the Work who are): i) represented under contract (e.g., by a talent agent or manager) that would limit or impair the Organisers’ ability to display the Entrant’s Work in any media form; ii) subject to an acting, modelling or other contract that would make the Entrant’s/their appearance in the Work a violation of any third-party rights; or iii) under any other contractual relationship, including but not limited to guild and/or union memberships, that may prevent the Organisers from being able to use the Work worldwide in all media in perpetuity on a royalty-free basis, without any payment or fee obligations. The Organisers reserve the right in their sole and unfettered discretion to disqualify any Work that it believes violates or potentially violates any of the foregoing requirements or otherwise fails to comply with any provision of these Competition Rules and the Privacy Policies.  The decisions of Organisers on this and all matters pertaining to the Award shall be final and binding. 

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED THROUGH THE AWARD SITE BY 31st MAY, 2017 – 11:59 PM (London time).

Entries submitted will be deemed to have been submitted by the authorised account holder of the email address submitted at the time of entry.  "Authorised account holder" is defined as the natural person who is assigned to an email address by an Internet access provider, online service provider or organisation (e.g., business, educational institution, etc.) that is responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain associated with the submitted email address.  Upon receipt, all submissions shall be licensed to the Organisers as set forth below and will not be acknowledged or returned.

Legal Statement

Each Participant must declare and guarantee that the Work is original and has been conceived and developed legitimately, through text, data, images and information collected and used in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

Ethical Issues

The project shall be compliant with the BCFN Foundation principles and its ethical code, available on www.barillacfn.com. The Organisers reserve the right to disqualify any works that do not adhere to the BCFN principles and ethical code.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation is dedicated to upholding the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles as they relate to integrity and freedom from bias in the gathering and dissemination of information and news, available on http://thomsonreuters.com/en/about-us/trust-principles.html. The Organisers reserve the right to disqualify any works that do not adhere to the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Integrity

Cases of misconduct such as fabrication, falsification, plagiarism or misrepresentation of data will be considered as breaches of fundamental ethical principles and may result in the rejection of proposals and revocation of the Award.

Deadline

The official entry period is from 9th January 2017 (09:00 am London time) to 31st May 2017, (11:59 pm London time).

The submission requires application on the Award website (www.goodfoodmediaaward.com). Completed applications must be submitted through the Award website by 31st May 2017, (11:59 pm London time).

A confirmation e-mail will be sent out to the Participants upon submission of the proposal.

Timeline

Stage one: Application Period. The Thomson Reuters Foundation and Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition will compile all the Award submissions by 31st May 2017, (11:59 pm London time). The two organisations will make sure all submissions comply with the eligibility criteria for their respective categories. The submissions that do not comply with these criteria will be disqualified.

Stage two: From June to October 2017, the submissions will be sent to the panel of judges for assessment. Each of the submissions will be judged following the evaluation criteria mentioned.

Stage three: By mid-October 2017, the jury will select a list of shortlisted candidates (‘finalists’). The names of the finalists will be publicly available on the Award’s website.

The public will be able to vote for the Best of the Web award from the shortlisted candidates selected by the jury. The voting period for the Best of the Web will be open from mid-October until 30th November 2017, 11:59 pm (London time).

Stage four: The Winners for published and unpublished categories will be informed by email and/or phone of their winning by the end of October (Notification Date). The Winners will be bound to keep the information confidential until the 8th BCFN International Forum on Food & Nutrition on 5th December 2017 where the Winners will be publicly announced. After Notification Date, the Winner shall confirm by email the acceptance of the Award and participation of the 8th BCFN International Forum on Food & Nutrition, on 5th December 2017.

The winners selected by the Award judging panel will be proclaimed winners of the Food Sustainability Media Award 2017 at the sole discretion of the Judges’ panel (made up of international experts on traditional/new media and/or food and sustainability topics.

Evaluation Criteria

There are three categories for the Award: written journalism, photography and video. For each of the categories, we will accept both published and unpublished work. Published and published work will be judged separately.

Three finalists per category will be initially selected by the judges. The list of finalist Works will be publicly available on the Award Site.

The judging panel will then decide on the final winner for each of the categories. A total of six winners will be selected, one per category. The Winners will be notified on Notification Date by the end of October 2017.

The Winners will be selected by the Organiser-designated judges from among all eligible entries received on the basis of: (i) substance and original reporting; (ii) creativity; (iii) impact and (iv) originality. Based on the above criteria, each of which will be given equal weight, the eligible Works with the highest cumulative score will be selected as the Winners.  Odds of winning depend on the nature, quality and number of eligible entries received. Decisions of judges are final and cannot be appealed. In the event of a tie, the Work involved in the tie with the highest combined creativity/originality score will be selected.

After the conclusion of the Entry Period, all shortlisted entries will be displayed on the Award Site from mid-October to 30th November 2017 (the ‘’Voting Period’’). The public will be able to vote for one finalist Work for the “Best of the Web” Award Winner, on the basis of: (i) substance and original reporting; (ii) creativity (iii) impact and (iv) originality.  Based on the above criteria, each of which shall be given equal weight, the top highest voted submission will be selected as the Best of the Web. Odds of winning depend on the nature, quality and number of eligible entries received.  Decisions of the Organisers are final and cannot be appealed.  In the event of a tie, the Best of the Web with the highest combined creativity/originality score will be selected. 

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.  A purchase or payment will not improve your chances of winning.   The Award is governed by these Competition Rules and is subject to all applicable English law. Void where prohibited.

Submissions will be disqualified if they exhibit one or more of the following:
• Lack of adherence to submission requirements
• Lack of adherence to ethics of journalism
• Late, incomplete and/or fraudulent entries
• Poor quality in writing and reporting
• Plagiarism
• Over manipulation of a photography submission

Judges have the right to disqualify entries that do not conform to the contest guidelines or that do not meet the deadlines.

Winner Notification and Announcement

The Winners for published and unpublished categories will be informed by email and/or phone of their winning by the end of October (Notification Date). The Winners will be bound to keep the information confidential until the 8th BCFN International Forum on Food & Nutrition, on 5th December 2017, where the Winners will be publicly announced. After Notification Date, the Winner shall confirm by email the acceptance of the Award and participation in the 8th BCFN International Forum on Food & Nutrition, on 5th December 2017.

Best on the web winner will be announced during the 8th BCFN International Forum on Food & Nutrition, on 5th December 2017.

The Organisers shall have no liability for any Winner notification that is lost, intercepted or not received by the potential Winner for any reason.

The winners selected by the Award judging panel will be proclaimed winners of the Food Sustainability Media Award 2017 at the sole discretion of the Judges’ panel (made up of international experts on traditional/new media and/or food and sustainability topics.

In the Organisers' sole discretion, selected potential Winners may be disqualified and required to forfeit the prize, and alternate potential winners may be selected in accordance with these Competition Rules from among the remaining eligible Entrants if the selected potential Winner(s): (i) cannot be reached for whatever reason after a reasonable effort has been exerted based on the information provided by the potential winner or winner notification is returned as undeliverable; (ii) declines or cannot accept, receive or use the prize for any reason; (iii) is found to be ineligible to enter the Award or receive the prize; or (iv) cannot or does not comply with these Competition Rules or the Privacy Policies.

Organisers are not obligated to leave voice mail, answering machine, or other message.

Selected potential winners may be required to complete and return (as directed by the Organisers) a Declaration of Eligibility, Release of Liability, Publicity Release, and/or Copyright Licence (where permitted by law) (collectively, the “Declaration") by the date specified in the notification or, in Organisers' sole discretion, the prize may be forfeited and an alternate Winner may be selected in accordance with these Competition Rules from among the remaining eligible Entrants.  The Organisers reserve the right to modify the notification and Declaration procedures in connection with the selection of winners and/or alternate winners, if any.

Publicity Release and Use of Personal Information

By accepting a prize, all Winners agree and acknowledge that the Organisers and any of their designees or licensees may, without any limitation or further compensation, use his/her name, voice, biographical data, likeness, picture, entry materials, photograph, Work (in whole or in part), city name and audio and/or video recording of him/her in any and all media now known or hereinafter devised, throughout the universe and in perpetuity, for the purpose of advertising and promoting the Award or for any other promotional purpose, except where prohibited by law.  

By participating in the Award, Entrants consent to the processing of their personal information collected by the Organisers, exclusively for purposes connected to administration of the Award and awarding the prize and as set forth in the Privacy Policies.  

Grant of Rights

You always own the copyright in your work. When You submit a Work to us as an entry, You grant the Organisers a limited license to use your work. The Organisers never own the copyright in your work.

In the event You are selected as a Winner, then in exchange for a prize, You will be required to license your work to the Organisers. If You do not want to license your Work in exchange for a prize, You can let us know and an alternate Winner will be selected and You will retain all rights in your work.

By entering the Award, Entrants grant the Organisers, their subsidiaries, divisions, affiliates and designees an unlimited, worldwide, perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free, license to edit, post, publish, store, copy, transmit, publicly display and exhibit the Work (in whole or in part) in connection with the Award and/or the promotion of the Award. Upon the Organisers' request, Winners agree to sign any and all legal forms deemed necessary to license all right, title and interest in and to the Work in exchange for the prizes set forth above.

Representations, Warranties and Indemnification

By entering this Award, Entrants represent and warrant as follows: (i) the Work is the Entrant's own original work, (ii) the Work, as of the date of submission, is not the subject of any actual or threatened litigation or claim, (iii) if submitted in the unpublished categories, the Work has not been previously published, distributed or otherwise exploited, (iv) the Work does not and will not infringe the copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights of any person or entity, and (v) the Work does not and will not violate any applicable laws.  

Each Entrant hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the Organisers and their subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions, licensees, assigns, employees, officers and directors harmless from and against any and all third party claims, actions or proceedings of any kind and from any and all damages, liabilities, costs and expenses relating to or arising out of any breach or alleged breach of any of the warranties, representations or agreements of the Entrant hereunder.  

No Tampering and Right To Cancel and Modify  

The Organisers and their subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions, successors, assigns, designees, clients, licensees, employees, officers and directors shall not have any obligation or responsibility, including any responsibility to award any prize to Entrants, with regard to: (a) entries that contain inaccurate information or do not comply with or violate these Competition Rules; (b) entries, prize claims or notifications that are lost, late, incomplete, illegible, unintelligible, damaged or otherwise not received by the intended recipient, in whole or in part, due to computer, human or technical error of any kind; (c) Entrants who have committed fraud or deception in entering or participating in the Award or claiming the prize; (d) telephone, electronic, hardware, software, network, Internet or computer malfunctions, failures or difficulties; (e) any inability of the Winner to accept the prize for any reason; (f) if a prize cannot be awarded due to delays or interruptions due to Acts of God, natural disasters, terrorism, weather or any other similar event beyond the Organisers’ reasonable control; or (g) any damages, injuries or losses of any kind caused by any prize or resulting from awarding, acceptance, possession, use, misuse, loss or misdirection of any prize or resulting from participating in the Award or any promotion or prize related activities.

 

The Organisers reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to disqualify any individual they find to be: (a) tampering with the entry process or the operation of the Award, or with any website promoting the Award; (b) acting in violation of these Competition Rules; or (c) entering or attempting to enter the Award multiple times through the use of multiple e-mail addresses or the use of any robotic or automated devices to submit entries.  If the Organisers determine, in their sole discretion, that technical difficulties or unforeseen events compromise the integrity or viability of the Award, the Organisers reserve the right to void the entries at issue, and/or terminate the relevant portion of the Award promotion, including the entire Award promotion, and/or modify the Award and/or award the prize based upon the criteria set forth in these Competition Rules from all eligible entries received as of the termination date.

Release of Liability and Disclaimer of Warranty

By participating in the Award, Entrants and Winners agree to release and hold harmless the Organisers and their subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions, successors, assigns, designees, employees, officers and directors (the "Released Parties") from any and all liability, for loss, harm, damage, injury, cost or expense whatsoever, including without limitation, property damage, personal injury (including emotional distress), and/or death, which may occur in connection with preparation for, or participation in, the Award, or possession, acceptance and/or use or misuse of the prize or participation in any Award-related or prize-related activity and for any claims or causes of action based on publicity rights, copyright, trademark, defamation or invasion of privacy and merchandise delivery.  

The Released Parties assume no responsibility for any injury or damage to the Entrants or to any other person's computer, regardless of how caused, relating to or resulting from entering or downloading materials or software in connection with this Award.

 

The Entrants and Winners acknowledge that the Organisers have neither made nor are in any manner responsible or liable for any warranty, representations or guarantees, express or implied, in fact or in law, relative to any prize or any component thereof, including, but not limited to, express warranties provided by the supplier of the prize (or any component thereof) or their affiliates.  

Exclusive Jurisdiction Clause

Except where prohibited, all issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these Competition Rules, or the rights and obligations of the Entrant or the Organisers in connection with the Award, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the England and Wales, and any dispute relating to the Awards (including these Competition Rules) shall be brought under the exclusive jurisdiction of England.  

Organisers

Thomson Reuters Foundation, 30 South Colonnade, London E14 5EP, UK; Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation, Via Madre Teresa di Calcutta, 3/a, Parma 43121, Italy

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