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September 2012 in pictures: Prop 37, Greek yogurt overcapacity, pink slime fights back and the birth of ‘New Kraft’

By Elaine WATSON , 28-Sep-2012
Last updated on 28-Sep-2012 at 01:46 GMT2012-09-28T01:46:14Z

The food industry has rarely been out of the headlines this month, with NYC Mayor Bloomberg’s super-size soda ban getting the green light, a defamation lawsuit filed vs ABC News over its ‘pink slime’ reporting, questions about overcapacity in the Greek yogurt market and the imminent break-up of Kraft.

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