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Weekend read: How carrots became the new junk food



by sjhoward

This is the 1,979th post. It was published at 12:30 on Friday, 18th January 2013.

I recommend an article I've read and enjoyed every Friday afternoon. You can browse all previous selections here.

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This week’s recommendation is an absolutely brilliant article from Fast Company profiling Jeff Dunn, a former Coca Cola executive who swapped marketing sugar water for marketing carrots… with some success! The article’s by Douglas McGray.

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