A woman shows her quinoa grain for sale at a market in La Paz, Bolivia, Friday March 2, 2012. Bolivian authorities say at least 30 people have been injured in a fight between two communities over land for growing quinoa, the Andean "super-grain" whose popularity with worldwide foodies has caused its price to soar. Bolivia produces 46 percent of the world's quinoa, which has nearly tripled in price in the past five years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)

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A woman shows her quinoa grain for sale at a market in La Paz, Bolivia, Friday March 2, 2012.  Bolivian authorities say at least 30 people have been injured in a fight between two communities over land for growing quinoa, the Andean "super-grain" whose popularity with worldwide foodies has caused its price to soar. Bolivia produces 46 percent of the world's quinoa, which has nearly tripled in price in the past five years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
A woman shows her quinoa grain for sale at a market in La Paz, Bolivia, Friday March 2, 2012. Bolivian authorities say at least 30 people have been injured in a fight between two communities over land for growing quinoa, the Andean "super-grain" whose popularity with worldwide foodies has caused its price to soar. Bolivia produces 46 percent of the world's quinoa, which has nearly tripled in price in the past five years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
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