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Chocolate genetics

Hershey and Mars are engaged in a battle to unlock the genetic secrets of the cacao tree

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Stove top fires

P.E.I.’s fire marshal is excited about a new product he believes could save lives.

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Tim Hortons gets it right

There are so many things that could have gone wrong with Tim Hortons oatmeal, but none of it did.

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Are you man enough for this sandwich?

"Big bun, puny chicken." What are these guys really talking about?

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Poisoning the system

The gigantic egg recall in the United States raises interesting questions about both public policy and personal choice.

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European drought good news for farmers

The sad truth of the global food market is that in order for farmers in one place to have a really good year, farmers somewhere else have to be having a bad one.

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Food-borne memories

Whenever the fresh peas come into season, I am once again transported back to my grandmother’s front porch.

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Going deep in Chicago

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No, I’m not talking the Chicago Cubs, I’m talking Pizzaria Uno, creator of the original deep dish pizza.
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Toronto at its worst?

I'm not one for piling on with the "I hate Toronto" crowd, but another miserable trip to Canada's largest city earlier this month has me seriously wondering whether I should.
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A win, and a loss, for local

A Charlottetown chef announced this week he has had enough of serving beef from thousands of miles away.
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