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Has the popularity of quinoa hurt the people who grow it?The answer, say fair trade experts, can’t simply be ‘business as usual.’

Has the popularity of quinoa hurt the people who grow it?
The answer, say fair trade experts, can’t simply be ‘business as usual.’

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    SHORT ANSWER YES
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