“Being and Well-Being: Traditional Healthy Diets from the Mediterranean and Beyond”


Putting Mediterranean and other traditional diets back on the consumer’s plate

Photo: ©FAO/Alessia Pierdomenico / FAOThe 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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