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Episode 394: Why Taxpayers Pay For Farmers' Insurance

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Disney To Put Limits On Food Ads In Bid To Nudge Kids To Eat Healthier

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Food Trucks Seek 'That Mystical Spot'

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No, that's not beef — it's horse meat, at a butcher shop in France. Horse remains a popular food in many countries, but often makes Americans squeamish. Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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LemonsPlace of production: Limassol, CyprusTransporting distance: 2.050 km Carbon footprint (total) per kg: 0,72 kg Water requirement (total) per kg: 448 l Klaus Pichler hide caption

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