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Americas Back on Latin America's menu: purple seaweed, blue eggs, and amaranth

As traditional foods like quinoa gain popularity world-wide, many in Latin America are seeking to get their own residents to delve into plates that were the superfoods of their ancestors.

By Steven BodzinCorrespondent, Staff Writer / November 13, 2012

Globalization has generated many foes, among them the foodie set of Latin America, lamenting local markets saturated with American fats, hidden in everything from Fritos to fast-food chains.