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As Sandy's Snow Buries W.Va. Town, 'Everybody Just Pitches In'

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Supporters of American Crystal Sugar Co. workers, who have been locked out of the company's sugar beet processing plants since 2011, rally in the North Dakota Capitol. Dale Wetzel/AP hide caption

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Central Illinois corn and soybean farmer Gary Niemeyer readies his genetically modified seed corn for spring planting at his farm near Auburn, Ill. Seth Perlman/AP hide caption

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How A Sleepy Pennsylvania Town Grew Into America's Mushroom Capital

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In Haiti, Aid Groups Squabble Over Rival Peanut Butter Factories

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The Cost Of Saving Lives With Local Peanuts In Haiti

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Many Haitian children suffer from "stunting" due to inadequate nutrition. Health experts now are trying to prevent this with snacks made from peanut butter, fortified with vitamins and minerals. Alex E. Proimos/via flickr hide caption

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The Peanut Butter Cure Moves From Hospital To Snack Room

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"The Other White Meat" slogan has been a popular promotion for pork since the 1980s. But a recent lawsuit raises questions about who owns it and who pays. ugod/Flickr.com hide caption

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Italian farmer Giorgio Fidenato picks up what's left of his genetically altered corn after anti-GMO activists trampled it, back in 2010. Paolo Giovannini/AP hide caption

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Why Organic Food May Not Be Healthier For You

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On a corner in Washington, D.C., where stores burned during riots 44 years ago, there's now a plaza where farmers sell produce on Saturday mornings. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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On the Farmers Market Frontier, It's Not Just About Profit

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