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CFF - Of The Moringa and The Bambara Groundnut

Professor Sayed Azam-Ali, CEO, Crops for the Future

15-Jul-19 08:05

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CFF - Of The Moringa and The Bambara Groundnut

The world is increasingly dependent on only a few major crops, giving rise to concerns that climate change and shrinking land areas will destabilise global food security. Today on the Breakfast Grille, we speak to Professor Sayed Azam-Ali, CEO of Crops for the Future, to talk about Malaysia's food vulnerabilities, and the role that underutilised crops play in bolstering food security.


Presented by: Lyn Mak


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Tags:  food securityagricultureclimate changegovernmentf&bplantationsCommodities, AgribusinessOther personality interviewsEnvironment/Sustainability

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