Consumers, Trends

Can the potato help feed China, cut pollution, and alleviate drought?

The Ministry of Agriculture’s move to make potatoes an increasingly important staple in Chinese kitchens, including the propagation of recipes that rely on the humble tuber, at first glance might appear slightly odd and surprising. The potato has been an important part of the Chinese diet for at least four centuries, since its introduction to the country by Portuguese traders[Read More...]

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