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Sometime in 2013, Anthony Kinoti was offered a strange fruit to eat by a Chinese friend. “Dragon fruit was sweet and soft. I had never seen nor tasted such a sweet fruit. It was amazing. It melted in the mouth like ice cream. I wanted to know more about it. Later, I did research on it and discovered more positive attributes,” he says.
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