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The New Brooklyn: New York Magazine has a 4,800...

New York Magazine has a 4,800 word piece on Brooklyn's artisan food movement that asks the tough questions: "Is there really a mass market for $9 chutney? In other words, can twee scale? And if it can, and we do...
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