Digging Deep: Why EAT-Lancet’s diet to save the planet remains inaccessible in rural India

In a 2019 report, the EAT-Lancet Commission – a group of public health experts, environmental scientists and policymakers from 16 countries – had recommended the least expensive, sustainable, nutrition-rich diet for various parts of the globe, including rural India. The diet consisted of fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes, as well as poultry, fish and dairy. […]

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