Andrew Martin

Business Reporter, New York Times

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Business reporter for the New York Times

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Five years ago, a powerful group formed to influence American politics. Not a presidential campaign or a Super PAC, but the American Pizza Community.

The Powerful Pizza Lobby

Five years ago, a powerful group formed to influence American politics. Not a presidential campaign or a Super PAC, but the American Pizza Community.

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In the past two years, the  Hallmark Meat  packing plant in Chino, California produced 143 million pounds of beef.

143 Million Pounds of Beef Recalled

In the past two years, the Hallmark Meat packing plant in Chino, California produced 143 million pounds of beef.

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