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Goodbye, Manischewitz; Hello, Cabernet?

These days, there are hundreds of quality kosher wines, so there's no need to dread the four glasses involved in the ceremonial Passover Seder. Host Michel Martin discusses the expanding world of kosher wine with Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld of the National Synagogue, and wine aficionado Yossie Horwitz.
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Maryland To Ban Arsenic-Based Chicken Feed

Maryland legislators are moving to ban the sale of chicken feed additives that contain arsenic, after a bill was passed in the state Senate Thursday.

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Some Jews Say Bugs Have No Place At The Seder Table

Some Orthodox rabbis say that if you're keeping to the spiritual interpretation of what is kosher, you've got to get the bugs out of your vegetables.
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Chocolate Bilbies, Not Bunnies, For An Australian Easter

In Australia, the bunny may rule the burrows, but the bilby, a native marsupial whose population has dwindled, rules the Easter basket.
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Milk Not Jails Makes Partners Out Of Farmers And Ex-Cons

Small dairy farmers and ex-cons don't make natural allies. But a non-profit group, Milk Not Jails, is hoping they can forge a new urban-rural relationship in New York state based on food rather than incarceration.
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Panel: To Safeguard Food Imports, It's Not Just About Inspections

For a long time, food safety experts have complained that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration doesn't have enough port inspectors to adequately catch contaminated imports before they reach consumers. But a report from the Institute of Medicine says the focus should be on helping other countries regulate better.

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