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Branching out - safou goes global

With a flavour described as both nutty and tangy safou, or African plum, is widely eaten in Central Africa, but little known outside the region. Now, cultivar selection and increasing professionalisation of the safou sector in Cameroon is transforming the marketing and trade of this indigenous African tree crop.
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