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Crop to Cuisine: Food in Egypt, feeding the birds, and food advertising


Crop To Cuisine discusses food in Egypt, as the standoff between protesters and government continues. The World Food Programme's Abeer Etefa joins us over the phone from Cairo. We hear from Carol O'Meara on feeding the birds this season. And we turn food advertising on its head.

All of that, headlines in food and farming from around the world, and more.

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