How to import JSON file to Excel without coding

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Let's say you have a file named input.json which contains an array of objects defined in standard JSON format. Something like:

[
    {"name": "notebook", "price": 500.00, "rate": 4.2},
    {"name": "sd-card", "price": 60.49, "rate": 3.5}
]

How can I import it as a table in Microsoft Excel without VBA or scripting?

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