Fonio

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Fo·ni·o

(fon'ē-ō),
Anton, Swiss physician, 1881-1968. See: Fonio solution.
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A Fonio, also known as "hungry rice," has been cultivated in West Africa for thousands of years, and is said to be one of the oldest African grains.
Stored grains, fruits, nuts and other foods are a smorgasbord for hungry rice weevils, sawtoothed grain beetles and other insects.