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Nutrition policy panel points to the power of aquatic foods

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Aquatic foods are rich in nutrients necessary for cognitive development and human health. Photo by Yousuf Tushar, 2015.Harnessing aquatic foods through the sustainable growth of aquaculture deserves more attention in responding to the global call to transform food systems toward more nutritious and resilient diets for all, said experts in a recent panel discussion hosted by WorldFish Read the rest

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