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As demand grows for extracts like agar, India wants to boost farming of seaweed - hailed as an untapped, climate-friendly resource.
Millet is being touted for its drought resilience and nutritional value but a sustained comeback depends on consumer acceptance.
Bangladesh is reviving 39 native freshwater fish species through hatchery breeding, in an effort to secure stocks of commercially important fish.
WHO advises Asian countries to stop subsidising tobacco farms and grow rice and vegetables instead. Asian countries devote more than a million hectares to tobacco cultivation.
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Asia is the ideal insect farming hub, says the chief technology officer of insect farming start-up FlyFeed, which recently announced that it will build its first farm in Vietnam this year.
As the planet heats, food security is weakening and the threat of hunger is growing.
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More Indonesians are eating fish as part of their regular diet but microplastics do make it risky. There are ways to mitigate that risk.
Supporting start-ups can accelerate innovation and bring solutions to market faster, before our planet reaches its best before date.
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