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Jackfruit: the 'vegan sensation' that saved Sri Lanka
by Zinara Rathnayake
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17 September 2020
On 17 September 2020 BBC News reported:
Jackfruit is the world's largest tree-borne fruit and it has a spiky skin that changes colour from green to yellow as it ripens. While the West is now touting it as an ethical meat alternative, for centuries, this humble fruit has been revered by Sri Lankans, as it has repeatedly saved the island from starvation. Today, Starbucks serves jackfruit in wraps, while Pizza Hut offers it as a topping. The Guardian [newspaper] declared it 'a vegan sensation'.
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