We live in a sugar rich and protein poor world

The world over-produces grains, fats and sugar while greatly underproducing fruits and vegetables and proteins. A correction in the imbalance can not only improve nutritional levels, but also reduce the area under farming and global greenhouse gas emissions

By Kiran Pandey, Rajit Sengupta, Raj Kumar Singh
Published: Friday 23 November 2018

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