Reviving Breadfruit, the Polynesian Staple, Could Nourish People and Fight Climate Change

The melon-sized, lizard-skinned fruit, also known as ‘ulu, has been at the center of Ragone’s research and advocacy for nearly four decades—and for good reason. The flowering tree is native to the Pacific Islands and can also be found in tropical regions throughout the developing world. When cooked, it develops a starchy, dense consistency similar … Continue reading Reviving Breadfruit, the Polynesian Staple, Could Nourish People and Fight Climate Change