Hummus is taking over the world

Farmers in the heart of tobacco country are turning their attention to growing chickpeas, a move that reflects the booming demand for hummus. The Wall Street Journal reports that the growing demand for hummus has pushed up prices for chickpeas, spurring farmers to increase production.
online.wsj.com Published: May 1, 2013
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Farmers in the heart of tobacco country are turning their attention to growing chickpeas, a move that reflects the booming demand for hummus.

The Wall Street Journal reports that the growing demand for hummus has pushed up prices for chickpeas, spurring farmers to increase production.



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