记者和播音员，加入BBC超25年，为《粮食计划》(The Food Programme)提供深度报道。
Humans have eaten as many as 6,000 plants, and today 50% of their energy intake comes from rice, wheat and corn.
70 billion chickens are killed worldwide every year, but most are descendants of the same breed - the chicken of Tomorrow, the mid-20th century broiler competition champion?
The romance and tragedy of Atlantic salmon swimming upstream to their birthplace before spawning is fading, and in Scotland's Loch Leven alone, farms have created the illusion of migration for 1,600 tons of salmon.
One out of every four cans of beer we drink comes from the same factory, no matter where it comes from.
Under prosperity, there is the impoverishment of choice. What will we lose, besides the taste? Every loss of food is the beginning of the butterfly effect, right? BBC reporter Dan Saladino travelled to more than 30 countries and regions to document more than 40 endangered foods and traditional crafts, revealing the stark truth of disappearing food like a documentary, but also passing on warm hope.
About the author
[E] By Dan Saladino
Journalist and broadcaster, has been with The BBC for more than 25 years, providing in-depth reporting for The Food Programme.
Carrying his bags as far north as the Faroe Islands and as far south as Tanzania, he traveled all over the world in search of endangered foods and documenting their stories. His first book, Missing Food, won the Society of Food Writers Book Award, the Fornan Mason Book Award, the Grigson Prize, the Wainwright Award for British nature and travel writing, and the James Beard Award, the "Oscar of the food world."
Dan Saladino has been named the most influential person of the Year in London.
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He holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a Master's degree in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of Hong Kong. He has worked for jpmorgan Chase and other financial institutions. He has translated books such as "The Birth of the Magic Pill", "In the Current of Whiskey and Ink" and "52 Blue".