A Lot to Share

    
A Lot to Share

    It was from Kerala that the Portuguese collected pepper and
    introduced it in Brazil. They also
    introduced cassava,
    pineapple and rubber. Today, rubber is one
    of the most important cash crops of Kerala.

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