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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The Morning Brew: Wednesday, 8/22

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More details on why a federal judge sided with Whole Foods Market rather than the FTC: Judge Paul Friedman didn't care much about Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's online alter ego rahodeb, and Friedman believed Whole Foods' argument that it wouldn't raise its prices after acquiring Wild Oats. (Reuters)

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What are phoods and bepherages? Where food and pharmaceuticals intersect. (Chicago Tribune)

What would Jesus do? Slaughter livestock humanely. The growing relationship between religion and agriculture. (New York Times)

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