Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Nearly half our calories come from just 3 crops. This needs to change

Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado

It's time to expand our diets. Image: REUTERS/David Mercado

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 Traditional foods have been around for centuries, but have become neglected as more productive, profitable or improved crops replaced them in farming systems. Yet, many are highly nutritious, naturally climate resilient and even potentially valuable in global trade, making them a great ally for a Zero Hunger future.
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