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The Six Biggest Food Stories of February

This week on The Upsell, we discuss throwing cheese at babies, the decline of meal kits, and more

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On the latest episode of The Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the biggest food stories of February.

We discuss Delta and Diet Coke’s questionable airplane napkins and learn what kind of flyer Daniel is (the chatty kind!); the Michelin Guide’s expansion to the entire state of California and what that means specifically for Los Angeles; Martha Stewart’s new line of cannabis products for pets; whether or not Caviar is doing the right thing by highlighting women-owned restaurants; how we feel about the decline of meal delivery kits like Blue Apron; and the trend of throwing cheese at your baby for Instagram laughs.

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