As cultivation of certain foods shift, especially to the north, how will consumers adapt? A look at the case of Indian oil sardines which scientists say have expanded their territory from the southwest coast eastward up to Kolkata and northward up to Gujarat because of rising sea temperatures. In Mumbai, where catch of sardines has increased greatly in the past five years, fish-lovers have yet to take to the oily fish and fisherfolk have yet to figure out how to make the most of their new catch. Click here to read story.
Sardines in India latest indicator of how your food is on the move