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Cattle graze in pasture formed by cleared rainforest land in Pará, Brazil. A new online tool makes it easier for food companies to detect this kind of land-clearing by their suppliers. Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images hide caption

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Don't Cut Those Trees — Big Food Might Be Watching

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Carlos Fonseca Leal, one of the 14 Cuban employees at Little Habana, serves food during a recent lunch rush. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A Taste Of Cuba Pops Up In Juárez, Mexico

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Japanese steakhouses often serve a creamy orange-pink sauce alongside a steaming meal. The popularity and intrigue around the sauce led one teppanyaki restaurant owner, Terry Ho, to start bottling it in bulk under the name Yum Yum Sauce. Olivia Falcigno/NPR hide caption

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This Is The Only Kentucky Fried Chicken That Serves House-Made Flan

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A worker at the port in Nantong, in China's eastern Jiangsu province, displays soybeans imported from Ukraine. Imports of soybeans from the U.S., once China's biggest supplier, have dropped massively since a trade war between the U.S. and China began in 2018. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Big breweries are selling less beer, so they're getting creative to attract customers. Pabst Blue Ribbon is market testing hard coffee in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, Georgia and Florida. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Pabst Blue Ribbon Seeks Buzz With Hard Coffee

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Red Wine And Cheez-It Crackers? Don't Whine Until You Try It

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Indian fishermen pull up a shark from a boat for sale at a harbor in Chennai in June 2018. Many shark species tend to congregate in the same areas as industrial fishing ships, a study finds. Arun Sankar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Climate Changes, Taxpayers Will Shoulder Larger U.S. Payouts To Farmers

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A Beyond Meat burger is displayed at a Carl's Jr. restaurant in San Francisco. The rise of meat alternatives made from plants, as well as meat grown from animal cells in labs, has sparked new laws on food labeling. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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What Gets To Be A 'Burger'? States Restrict Labels On Plant-Based Meat

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Damiao Justino Macamo, right, helped produce this batch of gelato during his first day at Carpigiani Gelato University in Bologna, Italy, with the help of instructor Luca Cappelletti. Vicky Hallett for NPR hide caption

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