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Bread Industry Circles Wagons

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Bread Industry Circles Wagons

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Bread Industry Circles Wagons

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Providence Journal reporter Paul Grimaldi about the first-ever National Bread Summit, held in Rhode Island Friday. The 35 million Americans on the Atkins diet have put a dent in the profits of bread bakers and sellers, and the industry is trying to figure out a way to lure consumers back.

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