“These particular Kit Kats would become the key players in an ultimately frustrating saga of shell email accounts, phantom truckers, supply-chain fraud and one seriously bewildered cargo freight broker. Interviews and emails shared with The New York Times tell the story of just one instance of ‘strategic theft,’ a growing corner of the criminal world that the F.B.I. has said accounts for some $30 billion in losses a year — with food being among the top targets.” NYT (Gift Article): How to Hijack a Quarter of a Million Dollars in Rare Japanese Kit Kats. (I’m always up for a good How-to article.)