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The global demand for hazelnuts is on the rise, but the industry has a problem. More than 70% of the nuts in the world come from one place: Turkey. And this leaves producers and Nutella lovers everywhere vulnerable.
But fortunately for them, a New Jersey scientist has spent the last 23 years in a global quest to reinvent the nutty. And now, his dream could finally come to fruition.
Today on The Indicator: how obsession of a lifetime of a man could revolutionize an entire industry.
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