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"Alternate page with proper canonical tag" - Same page, different URL, should I use redirect to fix the issue?

Your indexed page is: domain.com/category/sub-category/my-article-about-food The page that comes up under "Alternate page with proper canonical tag" is: domain.com/category/my-article-about-...
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"Alternate page with proper canonical tag" - Same page, different URL, should I use redirect to fix the issue?

Setting up a 301 redirect in this case is a good move. It will help consolidate your link signals and focus them on the URL you prefer for ranking.
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Is there any reason to not provide redirect code while still redirecting it?

The biggest reason not to use a 301 redirect code is that your server setup does not support it. Most web hosts do, but occasionally you'll find one that doesn't (as an example off the top of my head, ...
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Best practice for delivering multi-language website

The Accept-Language header is just plain WRONG in many cases. For example: An English as a second language user that would prefer their native language, but has downloaded a browser set to English ...
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Best practice for delivering multi-language website

I wouldn't look at what Google does themselves on their homepage. It's irrelevant since Google is the search engine. Let's assume you have 2 versions of the same page, in two languages and the URLs ...
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