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      New Good Food Pocket Guide, rev: Shopper's Pocket Guide to Organic, Sustainable, and Seasonal Whole Foods by Margaret M. Wittenberg. $9.99. http://yourdailydream.org/showme/dpmpp/Bm0p0p4aDbEvPbFk4j0l.html. This convenient pocket guide packs the knowledgeable information of the original whole foods bible into a concise, easy-to-carry format. Focusing mainly on core food products available at large-scale supermarkets and natural foods stores, easy-reference entries help s...

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