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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 4.14

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A new study finds that Americans pay attention to the news of food recalls -- but don't search their own houses for recalled items. (Reuters)

An Iowa company touts a new genetically modified soybean that could produce frying oil with zero transfats. (Des Moines Register)

Mexico objects to a Burger King commercial running in Europe. (AP)

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