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India milks a profit in quest to bump camel numbers


Demand for chocolates, soaps and skin creams made from camel milk is growing -- a boon for nomads like Rakesh Raika and India’s fast disappearing camels. Camel milk, in particular, is being touted by some as the latest superfood with supermarkets in the US and the UK, as well as online retailers such as Amazon, tapping into growing interest.

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