Sugued Serrano

“Food Sovereignty of corn in Latin America”


Corn is deeply ingrained in Latino Americans DNA, attached to our identity and culture, and for many, corn is a main source of food and living.

But, what has been the role of corn in the development of agriculture and food supply in Latino America? And what challenges corn and 620 million of Latinos are facing? In other words, how corn was/is/will be feeding this part of the world? Let’s have a talk about it, and dig more into the topic together.


About Sugued: She studied Agro-industrial engineering in Chapingo University, Mexico. After some work experience, she studied MSc in Food Safety in Wageningen University, The Netherlands. Currently working as consultant and market analyst of agro and energy industries. Passionate about food sustainability and a naive believer that a better future is possible. 

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