Next week, Americans will gather around their dinner tables, share what they’re most grateful for, and indulge in their favorite holiday foods. From sweet potato to pumpkin, Feed the Future has been using holiday foods to help raise awareness about agriculture’s potential to end poverty, hunger and malnutrition and our progress to date. We are bringing back some of our favorite recipes in time for the holiday season.
Prepare one of the winning recipes, post a picture of your creation on social media using #EndHunger, and learn more about the power of these humble crops featured below.
The unassuming sweet potato graces our plates in the United States each Thanksgiving. But in areas where Feed the Future works, it’s packing a powerful punch against poor nutrition. This holiday season, consider some winning recipes featuring this nutritious star. Here are some sweet recipes for your Thanksgiving table.
Coffee & Chocolate
As the weather cools in the United States, our drinks warm up! We empower smallholder farmers who make your coffee and hot chocolate possible to make a better living and connect to the global economy. Learn more and check out these six recipes to sweeten your winter.
Pumpkins are powerful, profitable, and full of potential. Before there was pumpkin spice, families roasted the flesh of this fruit on open fires to provide hearty and filling meals. Today, pumpkins continue to be a staple crop for many families around the world. Surprise your guests with these six pumpkin recipes that go beyond the holidays.
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America’s commitment to agricultural development is rooted in bringing dual benefits to partner countries and to American farmers, companies, workers and consumers. The latest BIFAD report talks about how the United States benefits from agricultural and food security investments abroad.