Can food really bring the world closer together? As world economies converge, so are appetites and attitudes towards various foods.
Consider cheese. It is an ancient food whose origins predate recorded history, but remains a relative unknown in cultures where dairy is hard to come by. With the advent of globalization, cheese is quickly becoming a part of casual dining affairs where dairy has rarely seen the light of day.
Consider the potato. Originating from Peru, this crop has crossed boundaries and oceans to become a major staple across the globe. No longer regarded as "the poor man's food", the potato has grown to become the restaurant industry's most profitable and reliable draw.
Consider Indian curry. Long after Christopher Columbus failed to find a quicker spice route to the East, India remains a key destination for the most sought after spices. The demand for spice set the course for the globalization we see today. Distinctive, exotic, and full of flavor, Indian curry continues to be re-discovered time and time again.
So food can, and DK Foods is helping it along.
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