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Mustard, relish ... and cancer warning labels?

July 22, 2009 |  9:59 am
Hot dog 
The nonprofit Cancer Project filed a lawsuit today to compel companies to place cancer-risk warning labels on hot dog packages sold in New Jersey. The suit, by a group that promotes a meat-free diet, seeks to require cancer-risk labels on processed meats. Nutrition experts say foods that go along with the hot dog may be more dangerous.
 
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