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Why Food Has Become a New Target for Nationalists

In Europe, immigrant-owned food stalls are fighting to survive Good luck finding a kebab shop in Florence’s historic quarter, a plate of fried rice in Verona, or a burger in the tony Italian beachfront town of Forte dei Marmi. Since 2009, town governments throughout Italy have been banning “foreign” or “ethnic” food shops from opening up, with varying explanations.
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