Net: Ensuring the future of Food in Japan

June 6th, 2009 by Richy B. Leave a reply »

Here’s a video I’ve just found via “The Adventures of Accordion Guy in the 21st century” detailing that Japan imports 60% of its food (one of the lowest amongst developed nations) and that the Japanese diet has gone from rice, fish and vegetables to “meat, fat and oil” (mmm, oil!). The video proposes that the help ensure healthy diets, reduce dependency on other countries, increase economical stability in the Japanese farming industry and help the worldwide food markets that the Japanese should go back to more traditional diets.

I’m now wondering how the British diet has changed and if we would better going back to our traditional jellied eels, black pudding and chip diets…

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