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A “Surprise” for Your Sweet Tooth: FDA Revisits Inedible Objects in Candy

Many of you may be familiar with the famous confection known as the Kinder Surprise or Kinder Egg, a toy-filled chocolate that is touted as the single largest children’s candy category in the world. The treat is manufactured by the Italian company Ferrero and has risen to nearly cult status in certain countries. Kinder Eggs are … Continue Reading

The Wall Street Journal on “Bagel-Related Injuries”

Where I grew up, there was a bagel bakery, or "bagel factory" as we called them, in every strip mall.  One of them was owned by the husband of my high school English teacher, and one day in class she demonstrated to us proper bagel sliciing technique.  It must have made an impression, because I remember … Continue Reading

Kellogg Co. Agrees to Settle False Advertising Claims

Cereal maker Kellogg Company has entered into a consent agreement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to settle charges that certain Kellogg advertisements contain false or misleading statements. At issue in the FTC’s complaint are statements from Kellogg’s advertising that eating a bowl of Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal for breakfast is clinically shown to improve … Continue Reading
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