Ancient Grains Gain Popularity As The World Warms

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  • Farmers worldwide are rediscovering ancient crops and developing new hybrids which are hardier in the face of the effects of climate change.
  • Ancient grains also tend to be higher in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, and zinc because they haven’t been stripped.
  • These grains also don’t require fertilizers, pesticides, or irrigation.

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