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"A comma before an and, my English teacher is spinning in her grave"

That use of a comma is for disambiguation. It shows that the last two items are to be considered separately - rather than as a compound name.

"The menu had several items of meat, vegetables, fish, and chips."

"The menu had several items of meat, vegetables, fish and chips."

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