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Donald Trump, Super Mario and other pop-ups help venues keep the customers coming

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Donald Trump, Super Mario and other pop-ups help venues keep the customers coming

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The study from George Washington University looked at 12 dishes and found that one-third of the samples were incorrectly labeled.

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