Food sovereignty is not just about rights, but better physical health and emotional well-being – APTN News

February 20, 2019

With hunting and harvesting rights being attacked, and the cost of food going up, how are First Nation, Metis and Inuit people supposed to get back to traditional eating, or make healthy food choices on a tight budget?

This week, InFocus with Host Melissa Ridgen, looked at the move towards country food including plants and animals consumed in a region by the people Indigenous to it.

The challenges faced and the alternatives out there that offer a healthy alternative to our increasing reliance on processed food.

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