GMOs in Africa: Capturing frontier markets in the name of food security


The Africa Collective

A field of Ethiopian teff. Teff is a grain native to the northern Ethiopian and Eritrean Highlands and used to make the flat bread injera eaten daily in most households. (photocredit teff.com)

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