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WOLFSBURG, Germany: Known for its popular Beetle camper van and, of late, its engine-rigging scandal, German automaker Volkswagen also has another slightly lesser-known speciality: the curry sausage.Under the supervision of Lo Presti, some 30 kitchen staff participate each day in the industrial-scale production of 30,000 curry sausages, which is also a favorite snack at the local football stadium of VfL Wolfsburg."Whoever tastes our Currywurst falls in love with it," Lo Presti insists.And the numbers seem to back him up: In 2015, Volkswagen sold about 7.2 million curry sausages, twice the number sold in 2008 .
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