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Kaffir meaning: Why is Waitrose changing the name of kaffir lime leaves?

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A woman was jailed in the country in 2018 for using “Kaffir” as an insult against a black policeman.

Other major supermarket chains have yet to announce similar changes, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Marks and Spencer, the Cooperative and Iceland all currently still use the name Kaffir lime leaves according to their websites.

The dried leaves, popularly used in South East Asian cuisine, come from a fruit, known botanically as Citrus hystrix.
This fruit is native to Sri Lanka, but can also be found in Mauritius and Thailand, where it is known as Makrut.

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