The Morning Brew: 3.29




Next on "Intervention" - junk food addicts. New rat research indicates that large quantities of fatty foods can be as addictive as cocaine. (Bloomberg Business Week)

Good news - demand for locally-produced meat has skyrocketed. Bad news - it's happened so quickly that slaughterhouses can't keep up, leading to farmers being unable to process and sell the meat they've grown. (The New York Times)

Suburban Detroit Burger King employees busted for "joking" on Facebook that they spit in the food. (Royal Oak Daily Tribune)

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