From growing food to growing cash: Understanding the drivers of food choice in the context of rapid agrarian change in Indonesia

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At our study site in West Kalimantan, Dayak people practicing traditional agriculture consumed more fruit and fish than people living in villages where oil palm was grown. Likewise, at the Papuan study site, those who collected and hunted in forests, ate more fruit, fish and meat than fellow Papuans working in oil palm.
Authors: Purwestri, R.C.; Powell, B.; Rowland, D.; Wirawan, N.N.; Waliyo, E.; Lamanepa, M.; Habibie, Y.; Ickowitz, A.
Subjects: foods, oil palms, agriculture, households, consumption, health
Publication type: Brief
Year: 2019

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