Africa: indigenous vegetables

Indigenous vegetables have been “re-discovered” – that is green leafy vegetables grown in the tropics. Timbuktu Chronicles reports that they are seen as “an ally in the fight against “hidden hunger”, the term used to describe deficiencies of micro-nutrients such as vitamin A and minerals like iron, which prevents anaemia….

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