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Feeding their addictions

Despite health warnings, many in area still want candy and snacks

By Kay Lazar
Globe Correspondent / February 17, 2005

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Doug LaBudde had good intentions. But the Lean Gourmet selection in the frozen food vending machine was broken. And it was 3:20 p.m. And he missed lunch. And the row of Doritos in the next machine called out to him. Amid a sea of chips and candy bars arrayed in the bank of eight vending machines, the yogurt, trail mix, ... (Full article: 1008 words)

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