Indonesians need better nutrition — farmers can help
Assistant director-general and regional representative for Asia and the Pacific, at the Food and Agriculture Organization
PREMIUM Indonesians consume fewer fruits and vegetables than any other country in ASEAN save Cambodia. And for the bottom 70 percent of the population it is even worse — they spend only half as much on fruits and vegetables and just one-third as much on meat, fish and dairy, when compared to the top 30 percent. These micronutrient-rich foods are essential for physical and cognitive development &m...
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