PHNOM PENH -- It is one of Asia's most unusual commutes. Once a week, Titi Vuthi drives his small "La Fattoria" refrigerated truck nearly five hours each way from Siem Reap to the Thai border, often waiting through the night for the customs office to open. His goal is to bring back a key ingredient that his native country lacks: fresh, unpasteurized milk.
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