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What Do Traditional Markets Have to Do with Health and Development?

In most low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), traditional markets represent the meeting of supply and demand for local food. They are the primary community locale that combines commerce, nutrition, social interaction, food safety and health. Last year, EatSafe’s short film, “The Story of Felicia and Musa,” spotlighted how traditional markets touch people’s lives in this multitude of ways.