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About 20 percent of Japanese men in their 20s did not eat rice during the previous one-month period, according to a recently released survey that suggests younger people are shunning the nation’s staple food.

The nationwide survey on traditional Japanese food culture in everyday life was conducted by the farm ministry last October on those aged 20 to 69, drawing responses from about 10,000 people.

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