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Thieves Steal Millions In Canadian Maple Syrup

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Canadian police say they've seized 16 truckloads of maple syrup in the province of New Brunswick. That's only a fraction of the amount believed to have been siphoned from the reserves of a producers federation in neighboring Quebec. The stolen syrup is worth about $20 million.
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