The US Food and Drug Administration has released the results of a recent sampling assignment that focused on refrigerated ready-to-eat (RTE) dips and spreads. Conducted from March 2021 to Jan. 2022, this assignment aims to assess the presence of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes in these food products. Refrigerated dips and spreads encompass a broad range […]
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Tobacco farming continues to be subsidized in several countries of the WHO European Region. These payments incentivize farmers to use large areas of fertile land to grow tobacco rather than healthy food, even though tobacco has been shown to have an adverse impact on people’s health and on the environment. Foreign exchange earned from exporting
London CNN — The Brits woke up to yet more grim news on inflation Tuesday, with new data showing prices in UK stores are rising at a record pace. It’s the latest sign of a seemingly intractable cost-of-living crisis that Prime Minster Rishi Sunak has considered drastic measures, including price controls, to keep inflation in
Having made tackling inflation a key policy aim, ministers are under pressure to get a grip on food prices, which are still rising at a robust pace. Among the proposals being considered is a cap on the price of basic food items. The British government is not the first to weigh up such a policy.
NY-based photographer/director duo Taylor Peden and Jen Munkvold – otherwise known as Peden + Munk – shoot an visually appealing blend of food and lifestyle photography that sets itself well apart from the monotonous pre-set mediocrity of so much self-aware creative food photography. Strong composition, a great sense of color, appropriate lighting, and tasty, wholesome
Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content New York City has Restaurant Week. Toronto has Summerlicious. And now, the nation’s capital has Taste Ottawa week. Article content Starting Sunday May 14 and running to Saturday May
Project SHARE executive director Pam Sharp and fundraising and events co-ordinator Briley Deiter were at Firemen’s Park in Niagara Falls on April 19 to acknowledge $6,000 raised at the Easter egg hunt organized by the Stamford Center Volunteer Firemen’s Association (SCVFA). They’re shown by association members Pat and Tim Sirianni, Tony Koluk and Kevin Fehr.
Article content Captain James T. Kirk opens Star Trek episodes by saying, “Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. It’s five-year mission: to explore new worlds. To seek out new life and civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before!” Five years is a long time and packing
It’s another full-time job — growing and donating food to people across the entire province of New Brunswick — but for Ken Reid, the long hours are turning his dreams into a reality. “It feels great, but it’s not just about me, it’s about what we do, what we give back,” said Reid, the founder