Putting Mediterranean and other traditional diets back on the consumer’s plate
The Mediterranean diet implies high intakes of diverse vegetables, fruits, legumes, herbs and olive oil. Vegetables are displayed on sale at a stall at the Esquilino market in Rome, Italy.
ROME, 27 November 2019 (FAO)* — Promoting traditional healthy diets is important for advancing our efforts towards a food system that respects the environment, culture and well-being of people, which is a fundamental element of sustainable development.
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