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Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Morning Brew: Thursday, 2.4

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Pre-washed bagged salads might not be washed well enough. (Consumer Reports)

Arizona-based seafood company accused of selling Vietnamese catfish labeled as grouper to buyers on the Gulf Coast. (Mobile Press-Register)

Kosher and halal meat not necessarily a better choice for the environment. (Washington Post)

Seattle museum demonstrates Ethiopian coffee culture. (Seattle Times)

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