The United Nations has issued a warning to countries to “do their bit” to curb the spread of banana peel diseases in the Americas.
The warning came after an outbreak of the “orange fruit disease” in Brazil.
It comes just a month after a report by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) found that fruit and vegetable exports to the U!
have dropped by 50% since 2009.
Banana peel disease is caused by the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt).
It can be spread by eating contaminated bananas or by eating the seeds of banana plants.
It is not believed to be transmitted by contact with fruit or leaves.
Bananas and other fruits, including orange, are commonly eaten by many indigenous peoples, and their consumption has been a symbol of resistance against colonization and development in the Amazon.
Bananarama, a Brazilian nonprofit, has reported more than 200 cases of banana disease.
According to the Brazilian government, it is not a new disease, but a new strain has spread to other parts of Brazil and is now being passed from person to person.
It is not clear how the new strain of Bt will spread.
The FAO report said Brazil’s banana exports dropped more than 50% between 2009 and 2020.
Bt strains have been found in some bananas and in fruits grown in Brazil, including mangos, papayas, pears and strawberries.
The virus is now believed to have originated in South America.
According the FAO, the spread from one country to another has increased from 2,000 cases per year to about 6,000 per year since 2009, with the virus being found in all the regions covered by the report, including the U, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Panama.
Btw, the banana leaf is a very thin, tough, hard, fibrous plant, and not a plant that we eat.
It’s important to remember that, in terms of the risk to our health, bananas are one of the very few fruits we eat that we can eat without any risk of a food poisoning.
It’s one of those rare foods that we actually think about as an extra food that we consume every day.
Banane is considered a superfood and is known for its health benefits.
In fact, the FAOS report stated that bananas are “superfoods” because they are rich in antioxidants and vitamins, which can help prevent and treat diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other conditions.