Nearly two-thirds of the world’s farmland is used to grow cereals, including barley, maize, millet, oats, rye and wheat. However, the basic food of about half of the world’s people is rice, which flourishes in warm, wet areas, especially in Asia. The popular custom of throwing rice at weddings probably originated in India.
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