Oceans and rivers are they the solution to feed the planet in the decades to come?
While the World Summit of Food Systems organized by the UN takes place on Thursday, several studies published in the journal
come to highlight the importance of aquatic food, called
Fish, crustaceans, squids, molluscs, algae: more than 2,500 aquatic species currently feed a billion people, recall these publications which assess the micronutrient and fatty acid resource represented by aquatic, farmed or wild, marine or marine foods. 'pure water.
Trout thus contains about nineteen times more omega-3 fatty acids than chicken, oysters five times more iron, carp nine times more calcium.
However, these foods are still a poorly exploited resource, according to these international researchers, who note that seafood represents only 17% of current meat production and that demand
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