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FILE PHOTO:  Chicken is pictured at a poultry shop at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. February 19, 2022.  REUTERS/Hannah Beier

FILE PHOTO: Chicken is pictured at a poultry shop at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. February 19, 2022. REUTERS/Hannah Beier

FILE PHOTO: Chicken is pictured at a poultry shop at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. February 19, 2022. REUTERS/Hannah Beier
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