DIVERSIFICATION FOR THE STABILITY OF THE DOMESTIC FOOD SYSTEM
Biological systems are more productive and resilient when they are diverse. Indeed, diversity is important not only when it comes to the cultivation of staples, but also in terms of market sales and consumer health in general. The aim of the MNVH project entitled Diversity for the Stability of the Domestic Food System is to increase the diversity of domestic crop production (with within and between species). This will increase the stability of crop cultivation, and broaden the range of both raw and processed foodstuffs available to consumers.