Green News: Taro, cassava and sweet potato leaves can help prevent nutrition-related diseases

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Did you know that taro, cassava and sweet potato leaves can help prevent nutrition-related diseases, preserve the environment in Pacific islands, and empower local farmers. In the Pacific, including a variety of nutritious edible leaves grown locally in our diet is key to promoting and maintaining good health and wellbeing, as well as preserving the environment. It's also a smart and easy way to support local farmers, and keep traditional foods and dishes alive.

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