“First aboriginal food guide balances traditional, practical” (April 13, 2007)

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Source: Google News
Title: “First aboriginal food guide balances traditional, practical”
Picture: A Caucasian lady with a green apple
Caption: SpiritIndia
Correlation: Ermm…Should someone point out to Google that the species of apple in the picture doesn’t originate in North American? As such, it most likely isn’t a traditional component of an aboriginal diet.

Furthermore, the picture links to an article, whose title reads “Study of US restaurants shows no healthier foods without healthier profits.” Save for the “India” in the url, how do these two items correlate? Neither the word “Indian” nor the word “aboriginal” appear in the article.

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