Spam Is No Longer Just Luncheon Meat for Sandwiches

Before “spam” became a computer term, it was an American luncheon meat that was exported and embraced by cultures around the world, especially Asians. Spam is sold in more than 40 countries worldwide, and immigrants in the U.S. are serving it — but with a twist. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee went on a Spam culinary tour in Los Angeles.Producer: Elizabeth Lee   Camera: Elizabeth Lee, Roy Kim

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