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Globalization hasn't affected what we grow and eat as much as you might think, study finds

Walk through the produce aisle in a grocery store nearly anywhere in North America and you are likely to find fruits and vegetables imported from abroad alongside numerous iterations of domestic favorites. While the variety of foods available is striking, diets of those living in temperate areas are still considerably less diverse than those living in the tropics where a more genetically diverse set of species are produced and consumed.
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