The Morning Brew: Monday, 4.6

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Kraft first detected the salmonella contamination now linked to pistachios six months ago. (AP)

As meat prices rise, Great Britain sees a growing problem of cattle, sheep and hog rustling. (Guardian)

A new study finds that baby broccoli might battle ulcers and stomach cancer. (BBC News)

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