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Madagascar's vanilla boom attracts villains | Money Talks

The price of vanilla has risen five times in less than five years, making it the second most expensive spice in the world after saffron. Madagascar grows 97-percent of the world's vanilla beans but the price boom as seen farmers fighting to keep their plantations safe. And as Adesewa Josh reports, it's becoming a dangerous business. #Vanilla #Madagascar #ExpensiveSpices

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