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'Marketplace' Report: KFC and the Pope

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'Marketplace' Report: KFC and the Pope

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'Marketplace' Report: KFC and the Pope

'Marketplace' Report: KFC and the Pope

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Kentucky Fried Chicken wants to put a fish sandwich on its menu, but is waiting for approval from Pope Benedict XVI. The fast-food chain is only offering the sandwich during Lent, and has asked the Vatican for the pope's blessing. Marketplace's Amy Scott talks with Madeleine Brand.

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