While his colleagues are off in far away places playing exhibitions, Novak Djokovic is using his downtime to concentrate on his blossoming empire. The Serb has reportedly struck a deal to buy up the world’s supply of donkey cheese! Yes, the WORLD’S SUPPLY!
At a cost of over $500 per pound, Djokovic plans on selling the “pule” in his new chain of restaurants. The cheese comes from a farm in Zasavica, Serbia, and the manager is thrilled to have the national hero as a partner.
“It will save a lot of effort having to deal with various restaurants, with only one customer buying the lot we don’t have to worry too much about salesmen,” Slobodan Simic told the Daily Telegraph who broke the yesterday. “It is a great vote of confidence as well in what we do here.”
According the the article, “Donkey milk is said to be very healthy for humans as it has anti-allergen properties, contains only one per cent milk fat, and is drunk only fresh because precious ingredients get lost if boiled. One of these is vitamin C, which is present in donkey milk in 60 times larger quantities compared to cows’ milk.”
Here’s a quick video recap of Djokovic’s cheesy purchase:
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