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New York Times, Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Food product whose name is an example of "foreign branding"

Author:
Jeffrey Wechsler
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jeffrey Wechsler

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JKQVXY} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Wechsler.
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C
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I
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A
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© 2011, The New York Times6/15/11 ( No. 22,499 )
Across
1
Parting word : CIAO
5
Subject with limits and functions, informally : CALC
9
SALT concern : ICBM
13
Dashboard accessory : AMFMRADIO
15
Nothing more than : MERE
16
Food product whose name is an example of "foreign branding" : HAAGENDAZS
18
Straw in the wind : OMEN
19
Big A.T.M. maker : NCR
20
Frank : WIENER
21
Thousand-dollar sums, slangily : GEES
22
What 16-Across has? : HIDDENAGENDA
24
Quark-binding particle : GLUON
27
Hobby farm denizens : ANTS
28
Guest worker, e.g. : RESIDENTALIEN
34
Anonymous surname : ROE
35
Mower maker : DEERE
36
Annie Oakley had a good one : AIM
39
What 28-Across has? : DENTALFILLING
44
Proactiv treats it : ACNE
45
Swiss 5-Across pioneer : EULER
46
Ribbon-cutting event : GRANDOPENING
52
Back 40 unit : ACRE
53
A villain might come to one : BADEND
54
WWW access option : DSL
57
Oscar winner Kedrova : LILA
58
What 46-Across has? : INSIDEDOPE
60
Give ___ to (approve) : ANOD
61
Really out of it : DELIRIOUS
62
Some chevron wearers: Abbr. : SGTS
63
___ breve : ALLA
64
Messes up : ERRS
Down
1
"All the Way" lyricist : CAHN
2
Computer serviced at Genius Bars : IMAC
3
Way out there : AFAR
4
Online "Unbelievable!" : OMG
5
Jackal or coyote : CANID
6
Extra : ADDED
7
Former NPR host Hansen : LIANE
8
Hoodwink : COZEN
9
Sid's sidekick of early TV : IMOGENE
10
Fastener for basement flooring, perhaps : CEMENTNAIL
11
Greyhound and others : BREEDS
12
Top-2% organization : MENSA
14
Projectionist's task of old : REWIND
17
Mme. counterpart : SRA
22
___ polloi : HOI
23
Moo goo ___ pan : GAI
24
[I'm mad!] : GRR
25
Actor Gorcey : LEO
26
Sleazy salesman's site, stereotypically : USEDCARLOT
29
N.Y. summer hrs. : EDT
30
Largest U.S. union : NEA
31
Business card abbr. : TEL
32
Sound from a Yorkshire terrier : ARF
33
Aloha shirt accessory : LEI
37
Having four sharps : INE
38
Boss of a sales staff: Abbr. : MGR
40
Diamond complements : ENNEADS
41
Leftorium proprietor on "The Simpsons" : NED
42
Shylock, for one : LENDER
43
Big ape : LUG
44
Proceeding like a lob : ARCING
46
Some fund-raisers : GALAS
47
Piece of kabuki costumery : OBI
48
Bamboo muncher : PANDA
49
Ford who was the son of Henry Ford : EDSEL
50
Noel who played Lois Lane : NEILL
51
Home of Bollywood : INDIA
54
Peephole's place : DOOR
55
Urge on : SPUR
56
Not including : LESS
59
Last word of Romeo or Juliet : DIE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later.

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