Cameroon forest superfood scores best for women’s health

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While global hunger rates have dropped in recent years, rates of micronutrient deficiency remain stubbornly high. In many parts of the world, traditional diets and lifestyles are changing as environments are degraded and societies become more interconnected. What might that mean for people’s micronutrient consumption? That’s one of the questions behind a suite of research that CIFOR is carrying out into nutrition, forests and diets.

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