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For anyone whose brain is ruled by their belly, these food-centric finds will hit the spot:

Eating cards

New York printers Welcome Workshop combined junk mail and junk food to make these junk-food-mail greeting cards. Blank cards, $6.25 each at Drake General Store (www.drakegeneralstore.ca).

Keyed up

Cheeky British brand House of Holland’s beaded banana-and-pineapple key chain can be fastened to the outside of a bag for a fruity punch. Key chain, $70 (U.S.) through www.net-a-porter.com.

Pip pip

This acrylic clutch is from American It-label Edie Parker, makers of the year’s buzziest bags. Edie Parker Watermelon Clutch, $1,495 (U.S.) through modaoperandi.com.

Meal plan

Not sure what to serve for supper? This dinner plate, made in Canada by Toronto company Said the King, has a suggestion. Go-To Plates, $20 each through www.thechiccanuck.com.

Food chain

Aussie jeweller Lucy Folk looked to Mexican taquerias for inspiration for this necklace. Taco Necklace, $475 (AUD) for sterling silver and $780 (AUD) for gold through lucyfolk.com.


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