Food Security

2021 World Food Prize winner highlights the importance of ‘aquatic superfoods’

One fish in particular, mola, was found to contain extremely high levels of vitamin A. Image: Flickr/WorldFish/Yousuf Tushar

Ben Belton

Assistant Professor of International Development, Michigan State University

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