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Chocolate reign

You may not know it, but your chocolate has been imprisoned. It's been caged behind glass displays, encased in boxes, bound in frilly wrapping that turn this vital food into a museum display. The Max Brenner manifesto: Free the chocolate!

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The Food and Drink Museum will open in its first permanent home – a mini-museum in Brooklyn — in October. The plan is to move into a bigger, final home by 2019. Above, an artist's rendering shows one potential exhibit – on ready-to-eat cereal — in MOFAD's final space. In the foreground is an extruder, a giant machine used to cook and shape cereal.
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