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Maxwell House Partners With Amazon For A 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Passover Haggadah

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Union members picket a Stop & Shop in Dorchester, Mass., prior to the arrival of former Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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A bowl of creamy cheese grits. Food writer Erin Byers Murray hopes that exploring the story of grits will help spur more discussion about how food shapes our culture, as humble ingredients are elevated into expensive dishes even as we come to terms with long-lost, or ignored, origin stories that deserve recognition. Lauri Patterson/Getty Images hide caption

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How Quebec's Maple Syrup Stockpile Can Impact An Entire Global Industry

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Jessica Holloway-Haytcher uses an app that helps her track meals, exercise and keep in touch with an online coach. Mark Rogers Photography hide caption

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My New Diet Is An App: Weight Loss Goes Digital

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Peeling Back The Reasons Behind The Onion Shortage

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A bowl of Honey Toasted Kernza. General Mills made 6,000 boxes of the cereal and is passing them out to spread the word about perennial grains. Olivia Sun/NPR hide caption

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Can This Breakfast Cereal Help Save The Planet?

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Some of the 20 different types of rice used during the three-month festival Kochi-Muziris Biennale in India. Chefs served two varieties of rice every day, along with multiple dishes of vegetables and meat or seafood. Salam Olattayil/for NPR hide caption

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Swiss Government To End Emergency Reserves Of Coffee

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NYC Restaurant Comes Under Criticism After Marking Itself as 'Clean Chinese Food'

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These Palmer amaranth — or pigweed — plants, seen growing in a greenhouse at Kansas State University, appear to be resistant to multiple herbicides. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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As Weeds Outsmart The Latest Weedkillers, Farmers Are Running Out Of Easy Options

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The ferries Malaspina and LeConte are docked near Juneau at sunrise. Both ships are part of Alaska's state ferry system, which could face steep budget cuts Oct. 1, under a proposal by Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy. Nat Herz/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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In Alaska, Shrinking Oil Revenues May Mean Severe Cutbacks To State Ferry System

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After starting a brewery in Seoul, Booth Brewery co-founders Heeyoon Kim (left) and Sunghoo Yang moved their operations to California to make Korean beer and ship it back. Courtesy of The Booth Brewing Co. hide caption

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