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66 cents, up 27 cents One day Heritage Concepts International CEO Jerry Janik is baking bread and concocting new soup recipes, the next he's acquired some really scary sci-fi gear and he's trying out face-recognition technology on U.S. bureaucrats. How bizarre is that? Meanwhile, the stock has taken on some eerie qualities of its own, soaring 500 per cent in two weeks. Yesterday's action saw a staggering 41.6 million shares change hands. Earlier this year, Burlington, Ont.-based Heritage, which franchises Great Canadian Soup Company and Grandma Lee's Bakery restaurants, acquired a 50-per-cent interest in AND Biometrics.

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