Hungry consumers are out there, but where are the farmers? A new study by a University of Guelph team says a multimillion-dollar market exists for ethnocultural vegetables in Canada, but too few farmers are meeting the growing demand for okra, African eggplant, amaranth and other so-called ethnocultural vegetables.

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