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How much raw material it takes to make 11 everyday foods and products, from sugar cubes to iPhones

You'd be surprised by how much raw material goes into the everyday items you use. For example, take your coffee habit. The average cup of coffee requires about 100 beans. So if you drink one cup per d... read more

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