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Food The cassava industry in Cameroon

08:10  30 november  2022
08:10  30 november  2022 Source:   api.xinhua-news.com

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Yaounde, November 29 (Xinhua) - Photo taken on November 16, 2022 showing a cassava stick cooked in a village in the city of Mengong, in southern Cameroon . Cassava, which can be transformed into flour or stick, is an important traditional culture in Cameroon. (Xinhua/Kepseu)

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A dry woman in cassava in her courtyard, in a village in the city of Mengong, in southern Cameroon, November 16, 2022. Cassava, which can be transformed into flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour In stick, is an important traditional culture in Cameroon. (Xinhua/Kepseu)

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A woman harvested cassava tubers in a village in the city of Mengong, in southern Cameroon, November 16, 2022. Cassava, which can be transformed into flour or stick , is an important traditional culture in Cameroon. (Xinhua/Kepseu)

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of women make cassava sticks in a village in the city of Mengong, in southern Cameroon, November 16, 2022. Cassava, which can be transformed into flour or stick , is an important traditional culture in Cameroon. (Xinhua/Kepseu)

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A woman crushes cassava tubers to make sticks in a village in Mengong, in southern Cameroon, November 16, 2022. Cassava, which can be transformed into flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour or flour In stick, is an important traditional culture in Cameroon. (Xinhua/Kepseu)

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Photo taken on November 21, 2022 showing cassava flour for sale on a Yaoundé market in Cameroon. Cassava, which can be transformed into flour or stick, is an important traditional culture in Cameroon. (Xinhua/Kepseu)

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