Bolivia's superfood crop seen as means for food security

Some are now talking of canagua as the next superfood, the new quinoa and a possible solution to food insecurity in the face of climate change.

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    It is tasty, nutritious and is being touted as the next superfood.

    Canagua has been grown for generations in one of South America's most inhospitable regions.

    Now the grain is being seen as a possible way to ensure food supplies in the face of climate change.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Toledo in Bolivia.


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