8-foot tall Flamin' Hot Cheetos statues are a fiery symbol of food inequality
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Growing up, eating Flamin' Hot Cheetos was a lifestyle for artist Jazmin Urrea. Even after she had an emergency appendicitis when she was 12, one of the first things she asked the adults in her life was whether she could still eat Flamin' Hot Cheetos. Of course, they said. No problem, they said. 

But over time, she realized there was a problem. 

The snack came to represent her complicated relationship with processed foods and the food desert she grew up in in South Los Angeles, where it was...

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