Meet the Smart Food

Smart food crops are hardy, highly nutritious, and can endure a changing climate.

Producing, accessing, and consuming nutritionally rich and diverse foods is central to overcoming malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies. A strong agricultural sector is extremely important to supporting rural livelihoods, and smart foods have a major role to play in improving food security and protecting the environment.

Millets, sorghum and grain legumes are highly nutritious, climate smart, and provide opportunities for small holder farmers to earn a living wage – which is why call them smart food.

Pearl Millet

A power-packed grain

Sorghum

A nutrient powerhouse

Finger Millet

Health-giving superfood

Chickpea

Boost energy, lower cholesterol

Pigeonpea

Power in the compounds, minerals and proteins

Groundnut

Beyond fats and proteins

Green Gram

High in protein, low in carbs

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