• It's So Hot in Japan, the Fake Food in Restaurant Windows Is Melting
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It's probably colder now that it's not the height of summer when this story was first published back in August. On the other hand, fake food manufacturers have the problem where one display piece will be good for like ten years so they struggle to get repeat business. Melting products from high temperatures is unplanned obsolescence, so business'll pick up a bit if this keeps up year after year.
Next time lets not post an article from over 2 months ago.
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