You can find out more in this article and podcast on food fraud. Spices, alcohol and juice also fall into the "highly susceptible" category for counterfeiting. Read on to reduce your chances of being caught as a victim. 1. Spices: These represent an easy opportunity for fraud. Spices are an expensive good purchased in small
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In the last episode, I gave you the background about how food fraud occurs, and why it’s an international problem. If you didn't listen to the podcast or read the blog post, please check them out here. Be sure to share this with people you love, so that they too can be safe. References are
Food fraud is a widespread problem worldwide, and unsuspecting consumers are most vulnerable. Find out what's happening, why it's occurring, and how to protect yourself. This is a three-part podcast series. Food fraud is the adulteration, dilution or mislabeling of goods stocked on the shelf -- is part of a growing trend of fakehousehold goods.
Finally, we can understand the meaning in the saying that "Life is a bowl of cherries." It turns out that a bowl of cherries truly is a blessing almost as beautiful as life itself.
Last year, USA today asked Coca-Cola’s President of North American Brands Katie Bayne, “What do you say to those who believe that sugar — particularly in soft drinks — works on the brain like an addictive substance?” Her reply: “There is no scientific evidence.” Meet one of many junk-food corporations who sponsor nutrition education in
"It's like inviting Marlboro to a cardiology conference." A food fight for integrity is happening among dietitians and Big Food companies. It impacts how our children and the public perceive foods which could be harming them. This issue is about integrity. It's big, and we need support from you, the public. You may already know
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It was a beautiful fall afternoon in Brooklyn. I was spending the day window-shopping around the neighborhood when my phone rang. It was a former patient of mine. I had treated her pelvic pain as a physical therapist. As a physical therapist, I treated pelvic pain symptoms with exercise, hands-on manual therapy, and other techniques
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