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Pork producers promise there will be plenty of bacon this winter for breakfast with fried eggs and potatoes — or any sides of a diner’s choosing. Fears about a scarcity of bacon on supermarket shelves because of the summer drought won’t be realized, though consumers can expect a price increase for all pork products. (Associated Press)

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