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    Violence Outside a Feltonville Club Leaves One Man in Critical Condition; E.Plus: Chinese argue whether dogs are better as pets or food; and Venezuelans spend nearly half their incomes on food; all in our morning news roundup.
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    Historic Delco Tavern Gets a New Lease on Life; World Leaders Have the EatingPlus: Sedentary office jobs make you fat, not your diet; and world leaders eat like children all in our morning news roundup.
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    Tastykakes Sale to Flower Foods Now Complete; Oscar Meyer’s Weinermobile GetsPlus: Labeling loophole keeps genetically modified foods in the dark, and Tyson ramps up efforts to market dark chicken meat to “picky” Americans, all in our morning news roundup.
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    L&I Pulls the Plug on the Feltonville Club Where Nine Were Shot; Denmark BansPlus: Consumers express interest in fast-food chicken breakfasts; and British royals break out the good stuff for the Obamas, all in our morning news roundup.
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    City Allowed Feltonville Club to Open After a Shooting in January; SubwayPlus: USDA encourages ear tags over brands for identifying cattle; and Uganda protesters take to the streets over high food costs, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Nutter Promises to Keep Feltonville Club Closed After Weekend Violence; Red andPlus: Many Americans would pay more for food, provided it comes with a guarantee of being free of contaminants; and Yuzu has some serious staying power, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Health Inspectors Egged On by Peeved PA Secretary of Health; Russian Troops WerePlus: Food takes center stage at British pubs as beer sales drop and alcohol taxes increase; and Houlihan’s is closed after a kitchen fire, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Not-So-Good-Humor Man Stored Frozen Urine with Ice Cream; Officials Make thePlus: Starbucks gets sued after terminating a dwarf employee; and humans ate dogs 9,000 years ago, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Police Investigate a Plot to Poison Students Aboard the Spirit of Philadelphia;Plus: Panera’s pay-what-you-want scheme appears to be working; and craft distilleries are opening at an astonishing rate, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Slipping Soup Sales Stymie Campbell’s; A Wisconsin Man Sizes Up HisPlus: A Texas dentist offers patients beer and wine to take the edge off; and McDonald’s plans to replace cashiers with computerized ordering, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Police Apprehend Two Men Suspected of Weekend Violence Outside an Old City Bar;Plus: Consumers in wealthier countries waste a lot of food; and eaters consume less when their food is cut up into small pieces, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Woman Admits She Tried to Extort Campbell Soup Heiress; Yak Meat Is Tasty, LeanPlus: Post-recession consumers haven’t been able to go back to spending freely at restaurants; and a Georgia man makes Waffle House a home, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Water Department Tries to Isolate the Source of Radioactive Contaminants inPlus: Women dominate at James Beard Awards; and many North Koreans eat wild grass to stave off hunger, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Drunken Brawls Still Plague Old City; KFC Commits ‘Crimes Against Food’Plus: Schools around the country weigh chocolate milk bans; and ethanol subsidies may be to blame for high corn prices, all in our morning news roundup.
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    City Councilman Kenney Wants Restaurants to Stop Taking Credit Card Fees FromPlus: Ocean Spray plans to move its Bordentown facility to Pennsylvania; and Dunkin’ Donuts prepares to go public, all in our morning news roundup.
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    With Blue Corn ‘Mexadelphians’ Provide Fair Wage and Fair TradePlus: Amoroso drivers are leery of the company’s new distribution plans; and low labor costs spur an investigation into Chipotle’s employment practices, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Salmonella Scare Prompts Tomato Recall in PA and NJ; As Food Prices Rise, So DoPlus: Tilapia isn’t all it’s cracked up to be; and eating more hot red peppers may help with weight loss efforts, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Discount Grocery Chains Cash In on the Declining Purchasing Power of AmericanPlus: Newly enacted food regulations has some farmers market vendors up in arms; and supermarket prices rise across the board, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Acme Lets 900 Employees Go; Fed Bust Amish Farmers After a Year Long StingPlus: Fro-yo will soon take over the world; and a Kansas senator sounds the food terror attack alarm, all in our morning news roundup.
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    City to Joey Vento: Thanks, But No Thanks; Chinese Catering Companies GetPlus: The world asks the U.S. to step up the quality of food aid it provides; and Jason Schwartzman narrates a video about environmental eating, all in our morning news roundup.
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    High Tech Upgrades Are Coming to PA Farmers Markets; Vegans Fare Better as FoodPlus: Twenty-five years after Chernobyl, sheep are still scanned for radiation; and inflation won’t spare the cost of pizza, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Swarthmore Residents to Vote on Allowing Sales of Booze; Weight Watchers GetsPlus: Britney Spears hires willpower for her latest tour; and Wal-Mart tests online grocery ordering, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Proposed Legislation Could Be Big Boon For Local Brewers; Exposure to PesticidesPlus: Federal Investigators probe Chipotle; and McDonald’s expects to raise its prices, all in our morning news roundup.
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    SuperPretzels Maker Takes on ConAgra’s ‘Frozen Handheld’Plus: Watching fat people on TV makes you fat; and winemakers fight to keep the word “Mommy” on their labels, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Elkins Estate’s Bankruptcy Leaves Spring Brides in the Lurch; China GoesPlus: Lobster tails are being used to make biodegradable golf balls; and people in developing countries spend up to 80 percent of their incomes on food, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Survivalists Stock Up on Seeds For Post-Apocalyptic Gardening; QuinoaPlus: Artisan brewers emerge in Mexico; and Subway cuts sodium in its Fresh Fit sandwich line, all in our morning news roundup.
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    A&P to Sell Off 25 Superfresh Markets; Padma’s Baby Won’t Eat Baby Food!Plus: McDonald’s Canada accepts Monopoly money; and Kate Middleton gets her own jelly bean, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Blatstein Shops For a New Supermarket Operator; Glow-in-the-Dark Pork in ChinaPlus: A doctor believes sugar consumption causes chronic ailments; and Burger King introduces a 1,160-calorie burger in Japan, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Camden Mulls Restaurant Curfews to Curb Late Night Crime; Restaurant-CouponPlus: Philly’s water is radioactive, but still safe to drink; and Denny’s and IHOP roll out healthier options, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Radiation From Japan’s Nuclear Accident Is Present in Philly’sPlus: Mayor Michael Nutter sees Tastykake’s merger with Flower Foods as positive outcome; and Talula’s Garden will feature tables made by at risk youth, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Flower Foods Tosses Tasty Baking Co. a Much Needed Lifeline; Rare DisorderPlus: a study shows people think foods labeled organic taste better; and the rules of drinking may have changed, all in out morning news roundup.
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    Police Blame ‘Ineffective’ Liquor Laws For Increased Violence atPlus: Humans are hardwired to emotionally eat; and a proposed giant market celebrating France’s cuisine has no funding, all in our morning news roundup.
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    The New Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market Is, Like, Totally Chill; GreyPlus: Strawberries might cause cancer; and Lily Allen’s got to have her In-N-Out burger, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Hold the Doughnuts: Philadelphia’s Finest Challenge Firefighters in aPlus: Procter and Gamble ditch Pringles; and Americans tend to drink wine without food, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Former Hershey Trust Co. Trustee Withdraws Court Action; Food Addiction FinallyPlus: McDonald’s has 50,000 positions to fill; and the FDA launches a food-recall website, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Visitors Hit Pay Dirt and Get Free Soup at Soil Kitchen; Beware of Fish FraudPlus: The FDA concludes there isn’t enough proof that food dyes are bad; and people who eat candy have smaller waists, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Resorts Casino Won’t Have Flappers in Their Fifties; Spam Wars Have BegunPlus: Radioactive milk may not be as bad as it seems; and the food scene in Beirut is booming, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Local Mom to Testify to the FDA About Food Dyes and ADHD; Olive Garden Gets aPlus: Italian mamas use delivery services to send home-cooked meals to their grown-up kids; and chefs lie about gluten-free dishes, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Deer Cull Program Produces 18,000 Pounds of Venison For the Hungry; Harry &Plus: No one knows how much caffeine is bad for you; and Subway serves chicken tikka in India, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Fire Ravages a Historic Bucks County Inn; Recall Underscores Honey Dew’sPlus: Dyes in food have been linked to hyperactivity in kids; and radioactive contamination of Japan’s food is likely to get a lot worse, all in our morning news roundup.
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    SEPTA Spokeswoman Says ‘This Isn’t Meals on Wheels’;Plus: Hotel chains make it easier to eat healthy; and some guy made it rain at Starbucks, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Samuels & Son Halts Imports of Japanese Seafood; Point Breeze Restaurant OwnerPlus: Re-energized Starbucks pushes forward on its plan to rule the world; and produce prices to come down as spring veggies come to market, all in our morning news roundup.
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    E. Coli Scare Prompts Recall of 23,000 Pounds of Lebanon Bologna; ObsessivePlus: Japan worries that its water and fish are radioactive; and Temple University receives grants to fight obesity among low-income preschoolers, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Four Loko Is Not For the Faint of Heart; Craft Beer Sales Increased 12 PercentPlus: Flavor tripping will highlight the Philadelphia Science Festival; and opening a restaurant requires stress and sacrifice, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Main Line’s Shangri-La Cooks Up a Benefit For Japan; Starbucks RaisesPlus: Instant ramen is being shipped in to feed survivors of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami; and a Kentucky woman finds a dead frog in a can of green beans, all in our morning news roundup.
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    East Germantown Neighbors Struggle With the Loss of Their Supermarket; FoodPlus: The European Parliament is deadlocked over regulating the use of cloned animals for food; and Taco Bell rebounds after their beef scandal, all in our morning news roundup.
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    CHOP Recieves $10 Million From the Soft-Drink Industry to Fight Obesity; CokePlus: A bad Breathalyzer has put more than 400 drunken-driving cases are in jeopardy; and MObama pens a book about gardening and eating locally, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Campbell Soup Heiress Is No Longer a Billionaire; Pigeon Milk Is Being Touted asPlus: Pepsi invents a palnt-based plastic bottle; and General Mills is devoting resources to help modernize Africa’s food systems, all in our morning news roundup.
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    Bidders Line Up For Bankrupt Steakhouse Chain; Countries Test Food Exports FromPlus: Celebrate pi day with some pie; and get ready for fondue’s revival, all in our morning news roundup.
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    PHA Bilked Taxpayers For Thousands of Dollars For Lavish Meals; TroubledPlus: Vegan diets are bad for cats and dogs; and location-based social networking tools are becoming restaurants go-to marketing method, all in our morning news roundup.
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