Santorini used to have a flourishing tomato crop. Today, one man is keeping the industry alive on Santorini after a 1956 earthquake nearly cratered the industry. The volcanic soil on the Greek island of Santorini produces a unique variety of cherry tomato that's popular with tourists: the Anydro sun-dried tomatoes.
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