It’s a recurring story, one that Jim Romahn has reported on for decades: the good meat gets exported, the inferior stuff stays at home. It’s the same with Australian seafood, unless you know where to buy. According to Canadian union … Continue reading →
As two Australian Football League players (the ice hockey of footie) claim their positive tests for clenbuterol came from steak consumed in New Zealand (that’s just scientifically BS, as cyclist Alberto Contador proved in 2010 ), the European Food Safety … Continue reading →
Helen Fisher in Nautilus (scene from Before Sunrise): One-night stands; hooking-up; friends with benefits; living together; pre-nups; civil unions. These all spell caution. But they also spell logic—because our brain is soft-wired to attach slowly to a partner. The basic...
I vote for Lynn (right, exactly as shown) who’s either really happy to see me or holding a fish. The UK consumerist outfit, Which? has called on the new food standards organisation for Scotland to “operate transparently as a strong, … Continue reading →