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Once again, a prophecy comes true through their sick card game.
Originally posted by SerialLurker
reminds me of codex alimentarus and the (i think it was) FDA or some other group claiming that fresh vegetables were bad but chipswere good. Theres a thread around here somewhere about it.
Modern ketchup emerged in the early years of the 20th century, out of a debate over the use of sodium benzoate as a preservative in condiments. Harvey W. Wiley, the "father" of the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S., challenged the safety of benzoate which was banned in the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. In response, entrepreneurs including Henry J. Heinz, pursued an alternative recipe that eliminated the need for that preservative.
Deadly airborne fungus in Oregon set to spread
A deadly, airborne new strain of fungus has emerged in Oregon. It has killed nearly one out of four known affected people so far and might also attack animals ranging from dogs to dolphins. And it is likely to spread, researchers now warn.