Food of the Archipelago

By June 17, 2021 August 18th, 2021 No Comments

Sound traditional agricultural practices can help grow food that is both good for us and for the planet. Local communities and organizations in the Krayan Highlands of Indonesia are doing just that. They support and promote traditional agricultural practices that boost nature. They conserve biodiversity and ecosystem functions, which help the agricultural land to adapt to the natural cycle. And the Pangan Bijak Nusantara campaign promotes fair and sustainable food consumption and production to meet present and future needs. Some of their main products are Adan Krayan rice from North Kalimantan, Coarse salt from central Java, Palm sugar from Southeast Sulawesi, Forest honey from West Kalimantan, Coffee from South Sulawesi. A wide range of food items, mostly grown from local and native plants, meet the needs of the local communities.

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