India’s pork lovers rejoice at news of US imports as taboos over once-maligned meat start to shift

India’s decision earlier this week to allow imports of US pork and associated products, in return for sending shipments of mangoes in the other direction, has been cheered by a growing group of fans of the meat.

Pork is not a common ingredient in most Indian cuisine, but it is widely consumed in the states of Goa, Kerala and Karnataka – as well as in Northeast India, bordering China and Myanmar.

In Coorg, a hilly region of Karnataka state that is home to the Kodava people, a pork dish called…


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