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Why Quinoa Is the Hot 'Superfood'

by WSJ Live 4:14 mins

Why Quinoa Is the Hot 'Superfood'

by WSJ Live 4:14 mins

The popular “new” food in the U.S. in recent years is a grain domesticated about 3,000 years ago that grows only in the Andes. WSJ's Tony Dreibus discusses the quinoa boom on the News Hub with Sara Murray.

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