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Price surge for tomatoes has Brazilians up in arms

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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The tomato has long been a near-obligatory garnishing for just about any Brazilian dish, yet it's becoming the country's apple of discord. A longer-than-usual rainy season, high fuel prices and superheated demand have combined to send prices for the beloved food soaring, and consumers are seeing red. Facebook pages have popped up for Brazilians to vent their anger, and...

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