(Continued from page 1) For Zarate to say that his customers, Angelinos eating in Peruvian restaurants, are familiar with quinoa is one thing.  But for Tomasso to say that First Watch customers are quickly growing accustomed to it is entirely another — signaling a more widespread acceptance of the grain. “We have been blown away by the response to it, “ he said — so blown away, in fact, that Tomasso’s team started interviewing customers about ...

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