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In this presentation, I explore the interactions between the right to food, the right to enjoy the scientific progress and the right to cultural manifestations, with concrete examples such as the agro-biodiversity, plant genetic resources, traditional knowledge, public funded research knowledge, cuisine recipes and food safety considerations. Whose science for what farmers? Who owns agricultural and nutritional innovations? do patents prevent or deter innovation for humankind? What does it mean the public approach to food?