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From leaf crisps to pudding, India's 'super food' millet finds its way onto the G20 dinner menu
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9 September 2023
On 9 September 2023 The Associated Press reported:
When the leaders of the Group of 20 arrived in host country India, they were feted by a classic Indian formula of Bollywood song and dance on the tarmac. Now as they tuck in to dinner, they are in for yet another cultural treat: dressed-up versions of a humble, earthy grain that's a staple for millions of Indians. ...Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared 2023 as the Year of Millets, and so did the United Nations. Even the White House took note of the grain -- in June, plant-based courses of millet were on the menu for some 400 guests invited to a White House State Dinner for Modi, who is a vegetarian.
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