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South Africa's Appletiser

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South Africa's Appletiser

South Africa's Appletiser

Appletiser is my favorite beverage. When I was a child, I drank it frequently. In addition, I thought that it was made in the USA because its taste was similar to other US beverages for me in my childhood days. For example, Coca Cola, Sprite, and Canada Dry ginger ale.

However, when I was a junior high school student, I learned the truth. I read the back label to study the food additives. Suddenly, I was surprised that it comes from South Africa!

I didn't think Japan had done any trade with South Africa. And what is more, I didn't know about the country, South Africa. Then I became interested in the world, especially about international trade. So I determined to be a person who is active all over the world.

Now, I have studied about world trade, different cultures, and some languages in the university. If I didn't have that experience, I wouldn't have a curiosity about the world at this moment. So my interest comes from South Africa's Appletiser!

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