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Soylent Tells Everyone to Throw Out Food Bars After Customers Fall Violently Ill

Soylent still doesn’t know what’s making its Food Bar customers so sick, but the meal replacement company isn’t taking any more chances. On Wednesday, Soylent announced it was halting all sales and shipments of the product and asking customers to throw out any remaining Food Bars “as a precautionary measure.” Read more...
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