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    FDA Tells Bakery to Remove ‘Love’ From Ingredients

    Talk about heartless bureaucracy. The FDA has sent a warning letter to Massachusetts-based Nashoba Brook Bakery, warning that it’s not acceptable to include “love” on their list of granola ingredients on the basis that it’s “intervening material.” The 20-year-old bakery, which sells its products in about 120 New England stores and earns around $5 million in annual sales, called the complaint “silly.” The FDA fired back that the ingredient kerfuffle wasn’t its top concern, as the bakery also racked up health code violations for unsanitary conditions.

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