A Globalized Diet?

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A field of wheat in Arkansas. Wheat has become one of the megacrops that the world relies on for survival. Photo credit: Danny Johnston/AP

All over the world, people seem to be eating a greater variety of foods. One can find sushi in Ethiopia and pizza in China. But communities across the globe are also relying more and more heavily on just a couple dozen global megafoods like wheat, soy, and palm oil. What is driving this trend and does it mean for global agriculture? Find out here in this report from NPR!

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