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A roundup of all the most important food news on this day, February 27.

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The makers of Campbell's soup are getting in on the fresh juice trend, proving either that the fresh juice trend is here to stay or that Campbell's is not selling enough V8. Meanwhile, the juice trend that arguably took off on the West Coast is now aggressively targeting the East Coast. According to Eater Boston, the juice scene in Boston is now "bursting at the seams," and every week brings news of a new pressed juice shop. Perhaps soon they'll open one right on top of all of the snow.

Dunkin' Donuts upset the town of Liverpool. Something about soccer and a sacred crest? Americans barely care, but Dunkin' wisely issued an apology last night.

In case you missed it, our hero Alton Brown went to Portland this week and "ate everything."

Someone finally published photos of a meal at Noma Japan that do the food justice. Go stare intently at the Hokkori pumpkin with Koji butter sauce, cherry wood oil, salted dried sakura, roasted kelp, and Japanese caviar and think of where not getting to taste Noma Japan falls on your list of regrets, ranked.

BrewDog, the popular Scottish craft brewer, has released its first gluten-free beer. The new Vagabond Pale Ale was at least a year in the making. BrewDog co-founder James Watt explained to Drinks Business: "We are showing zero tolerance to gluten intolerance and any intolerance of that is something we will simply not tolerate."

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