Food

The Wall Street Journal – September 21, 2017

So change it back is what the company did. General Mills has decided to reintroduce the original, more-vibrant Trix, artificial flavorings and all, and will start selling it on supermarket shelves alongside the more wholesome version in October.

Be it cereal or politics, our nation,

Embraces “market segmententation.”

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The New York Times – September 15, 2017i

If you look at the labels of these brands’ truffle oils, you’ll find that the ingredients include truffle “aroma” or “flavor” or “essence.” That’s the chemical 2,4-dithiapentane. Also known as bis (methylthio) methane, it supplies a fair imitation of the natural truffle smell.

Too many cases of “labeling shuffle.”

Where pricey oil never encountered a truffle.

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The wall street Journal – July 17, 2017

A national craving for bacon is pushing US pork belly prices to records… Americans bath around 14% more bacon at stores in 2016 then in 2013

It just fulfills the biblical command’
“Ye shall eat the fat of the land.”‬

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The island Packet – July 9, 2017

The trial will follow them for six years to see which group – the moderate drinkers or the abstainers – has more heart attacks, strokes and deaths.

While they pour over data to get at the facts,
I’ll pour a martini and try to relax.

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The Wall Street Journal – July 7, 2017

Many big brands didn’t move fast enough to remove artificial ingredients and haven’t been able to shed the negative perception of processed food, said several food executives and others close to the industry.

Boxed Mac’n Cheese; into the shredder.
Now; organic pasta and aged cheddar.

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