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Pepsi Vows to Cut Sugar; John Tesar Returns to 'Top Chef'

Five things to know today Happy Monday. In today’s food news: Who will be on this season of Top Chef?; Pepsi is trying to make soda healthier; one of America’s biggest auto makers is getting into the burger biz; the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony is on the move; and a Minneapolis pastry chef boldly goes where no Americans have gone before. — Top Chef will return for its fourteenth season on December 1; this time around it’s set in Charleston, and will pit newbies against veteran contestants from previous seasons.
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