RI needs to diversify its staple foods
The Jakarta Post
Faced with a possible decline in its rice production, more Indonesians should start placing more types of staple foods on the table, experts have said.
By consuming more diversified staple foods, average Indonesians would not only be healthier, but also contribute to improving the welfare of farmers.
Bondan Winarno from the Indonesian Biodiversity Foundation (Kehati) said local resou...
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