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Africa’s first and only caviar farm

By Reuters
29 September 2019   |   5:56 pm
One of the world's poorest nations has started producing one of the world's most expensive delicacies. Now entrepreneurs in Madagascar are hoping their caviar from the highlands will win over France's famously demanding chefs.

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