29 October 2013, Food Tank -- "The bush tomato has long been an important food source for Australia’s Indigenous people, rich in nutrients and taste.
Indigenous crops have provided communities with nourishment for thousands of years. Traditional and indigenous varieties of vegetables, fruits, legumes, and grains are not only typically highly nutritious, but also provide much-needed diversity in peoples’ diets, particularly in the developing world. Food Tank will regularly feature indigenous crops from around the world, highlighting the important roles they play in providing nutrients, improving food security, raising incomes, and making staple crops taste good. ..."
Photo: Sun-dried bush tomatoes can be preserved for long periods of time, and are a traditional food among Australian Aboriginals (Magnus Manske, 2010)