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12 Delicious Endangered Foods That May Soon Be Obsolete

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Chickpeas: This probably isn’t one we think about too often. But chickpeas use a mind-blowing 76 gallons of water per each ounce. So in recent years, worldwide droughts have decreased the chickpea production by a whopping 40%. We can kiss hummus goodbye!

Peanuts: Peanuts might become a significant luxury item by the end of 2030.

Peanut pods are susceptible plants that require a certain amount of rain, and inconsistent weather patterns are wreaking havoc on them, making them one of the biggest endangered foods and highly susceptible to droughts and heatwaves. Grown mainly in southern states, these are also the places suffering from the most droughts and warmest temperatures.

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