Fruit seller


Meet Tany.

She has been a fruit seller on the island of Mauritius for 12 years. You’ll find her on Mont Choisy beach, her stall piled high with pineapples, mangoes, and pink and white jean malac fruit. Street food is part of the Mauritian way of life and you’ll often see sizzling stalls and colourful food trucks by the side of the road.

Tany’s busiest day is a Sunday, when local families flock to the public beaches to share food, laughter and music. She knows how the locals like their pineapple served – with plenty of salt, chilli and Tamarind sauce.

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