5 famous pork projects: Beer museum and more

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2. Worcestershire sauce

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    A Worcestershire sauce label is seen here.
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In 1981, Sen. William Proxmire lambasted the U.S. Army for spending $6,000 on a report that detailed how to purchase Worcestershire sauce, and extolled all of its ingredients – down to tamarind. The report was said to have been for federal food buyers and suppliers.

Source: The New York Times

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