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July 15th, 2008
Food connoisseurs in the United States are raving about an African fruit that promises to make many foods taste sweet without using sugar. The berry, formally "synsepalum dulcificum" but commonly known as miracle fruit, is also drawing attention from researchers eager to find ways to stimulate appetite. VOA's Brian Wagner has this report.
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