courtesy of the BBC:
“The owner of a British food shop in Canada says he has been ordered to stop selling Marmite, Ovaltine and Irn Bru because they contain illegal additives.
“Tony Badger, who owns Brit Foods in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, told local media that food safety officials had removed the foods from his shelves. Continue reading
Posted in Chemophobia, Consumer products, FDA, Food additives, Food labeling, Food miscellany, Food nannies, Food safety, Food scares, Soda Ban, Uncategorized
Here we go again. Colas have color, makes them more attractive for the consumer.
As we all know toxicity and carcinogenicity studies in rodents–not a reliable measure.
But they can still make crazy claims.
Enviros claim “green labels on candy bars are designed to trick you.” Continue reading
Current nutritional labeling is a fraud. Continue reading
By Sandy Szwarc, BSN, RN, CCP
The media has been quick to report, verbatim from the press release, of a new study finding that high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) could be contributing to a global epidemic of type two diabetes. Continue reading
Section 4205 of Obamacare, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, established complex national regulations and standards for menu-labeling for restaurants, franchises and some grocery stores operating 20 or more locations. Obamacare is filled with all sorts of other controls on the foods that can be sold, served in school lunches and advertised. It’s all to address a nonexistent crisis — except to those who consider it a national crisis that our food has never been safer or more plentiful and we’re living longer, healthier lives than ever in the history of our country. Continue reading
Man who helped formulate policy accuses Health Secretary of ‘dereliction of duty’ over Britain’s obesity epidemic Continue reading
For the life of me I can’t understand why we pander to the organic scammers. Are we to compensate snake oil salesmen if beneficial products are mixed with fakes? Not a good idea? Neither is pandering to the “accidental is better” crowd, whether they are the perpetrators of the fraud or simply the food superstitious who have been duped. Continue reading
This assault brought to you by Big Organic Continue reading
controversy stupidity over genetically engineered food has moved up the chain, all the way to the ballot box.
If they do something so asinine they should also have labels on organic food reading something along the lines of “Grown in shit without the chemicals that protect your safety” – it’s only providing information to help consumers make informed choices… Continue reading
“A new bill in California would force food producers to disclose if any genetically engineered ingredients were in what you eat. Is the law common sense or simply trying to hold back the future of food?“
The very act of labeling suggests to consumers there’s something potentially risky about X – if you don’t believe it try giving away bottles of water labeled “Contains DiHydrogen Monoxide” and see what reactions you get. Continue reading
Genetically modified organisms in agriculture have been a source of controversy since their introduction in the mid-1990s. Continue reading
MAKERS of sugar-rich foods such as Nutri-Grain and other cereals and fruit bars claiming questionable health benefits will have to change their labels or their ingredients under new truth in labelling measures. Continue reading
“A fight over genetically engineered foods has been heating up in the nation’s grocery aisles. Now it’s headed for the ballot box.“
Quite a propaganda coup for organic food scammers and shameless anti-capitalist activists. Continue reading
Energy drink consumption has grown exponentially over the past five to ten years. Sales are increasing at double the rate of total carbonated beverage sales. Continue reading
“Concern about the health and environmental effects of genetic engineering continue to grow.” and “Requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods, on the other hand, is a solution in search of a problem.” Continue reading
Hmm… judging by that headline most US food labels are genetically modified. We don’t grow food labels down-under but generally print them on paper or plastic. Innovative, those ‘muricans. Continue reading
The American Medical Association resolved this week that “there is no scientific justification for special labeling of bioengineered foods.” Continue reading
Is the GMO debate growing up in Europe just as it devolves in the United States? Continue reading
This November, Californians will vote on an initiative that would require any food containing ingredients derived from genetically modified crops to be labeled as such. Continue reading