'People had nowhere to sell their mangoes'
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'People had nowhere to sell their mangoes'

Momarr Taal’s greatest passion is mangoes. The fruit grows liberally across The Gambia, in people's backyards and in the wild.

But it was not until Momarr set up a processing factory, that Gambians were able to sell the fruit commercially.

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