The future of food according to Marcus Samuelsson

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Food can live and die by trends. One of America's current favorites, kale, has more than doubled its growth in the last five years. What's next for the food industry? Red Rooster Chef and Restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson takes a look into his crystal ball.

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