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Marmite Is Now Using Facial Recognition to Gauge Whether You Love or Hate It

Which of these descriptions best captures the distinctive flavor of Marmite, the British food spread made from yeast extract? A) A rich, satisfying, salty treat. B) A puke-able paste of slippery slime. Yum or yuck, people!? Which one will it be? Obviously, that's all a matter of taste. So, the much beloved (and reviled) Unilever...
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