Saturday, 9 March 2013


I've got a few stories in the works for 
the horrible state of affairs in food laws.
The US in particular has no testing of 
the packaged food they allow companies
to sell us. 

It won't kill you right away, but the stuff steals
years off your life. Well, if you're a fool, then, 
there you go. 
Ever read the label on those Twinkies?
Check my twitter: Chemlabmenu 
where I put the wicked food I've actually 

However, now with the horse meat scandal
you see how companies are killing each other
to sell us food-looking crap.
They're done because these companies can
package and ship this crap for cheaper than
real food.
It is one of the ways that they've lulled us to 
sleep over the last 4 decades, while our 
wages have flatlined. They make a killing on 
the stock market, and we eat pink slime and
are told it's meat.

So, the poor are eating Franken food and getting
But , politicians, a la Marie Antoinette, are saying
"let them eat horse slime!" 

In case of an epidemic, 
I think the antidote is Cohiba cigars
Ad line: no kitty litter or horse aqui

do check it: Bbc
Give horsemeat-tainted food to poor - German minister
Dirk Niebel said it would be irresponsible to throw away palatable and safe food
Horsemeat scandal
Germany's development minister has suggested that horsemeat mislabelled as beef should be distributed to the poor.
Dirk Niebel said he supported the proposal by a member of the governing CDU party, and concluded: "We can't just throw away good food."

The opposition dismissed the idea, but a priest said it should be considered.

Meanwhile, traces of horse DNA have been found in six tonnes of minced beef and 2,400 packs of lasagne Bolognese seized from a company in Italy.

The products were packaged by Italian group Primia, based near Bologna.

The health ministry said Primia had used meat from another company in Brescia and originally supplied by two other companies, also based there.

It is the first positive test in Italy since the scandal erupted last month.
   To throw away food that could be consumed without risk is equally bad as false labelling and cannot be a solution”

Prelate Bernhard Felmberg Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD)

Earlier on Saturday, the Italian authorities said they had found no traces of horsemeat in beef products seized this week from the Swiss food giant Nestle.

On Monday, Nestle announced that it was withdrawing two types of beef pasta meals from supermarkets in Italy and Spain after tests revealed traces of horse DNA.

A problem was identified with a supplier in Germany, H J Schypke, it said.

Two other German companies, Dreistem-Konserven and Vossko, have been accused of manufacturing products containing horsemeat. Both have also blamed their own suppliers.

On Friday, Germany's consumer affairs ministry announced that it had now found traces of horse DNA in 67 of 830 food products tested.

On Saturday, a prominent member of Germany's governing CDU party, Hartwig Fischer, told Bild newspaper that products tainted with horsemeat should be distributed to the poor.

The BBC's Steve Evans in Berlin says others have echoed the sentiment, including Mr Niebel, who said there were 800 million people in the world who were hungry.
Continue reading the main story 
Meat scandal

    In mid-January, Irish food inspectors announced they had found horsemeat in some burgers stocked by UK supermarket chains
    Subsequently, up to 100% horsemeat found in several ranges of prepared frozen food in Britain, France and Sweden
    Concerns that a drug used to treat horses, and which may be harmful to humans, could be in food chain
    Meat traced from France through Cyprus and The Netherlands to Romanian abattoirs
    Investigation suggests adulteration was not accidental but the work of a criminal conspiracy