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What I Learned on My Winter Vacation, or Is Water Good for You?

I spent the last three weeks mainly in Europe, and mainly on a cruise, but unlike Newt Gingrich, I don’t purport to have learned anything about Europe’s debt crisis, although the Greek, Italian and Spanish governments did all fall the moment we left each country.  What I did learn, or was reminded of, is that … Continue Reading

Bagged Salads: Consumers Union Weighs In, Perishable Pundit Replies

The motto of Consumers Union, the publisher of Consumer Reports, is "working for a fair, just and safe marketplace for all."  The motto of Jim Prevor’s Perishable Pundit is "where the subject may be perishable but the insight isn’t."  When Consumer Reports publishes a report, it nearly always becomes widespread news.  When Jim Prevor publishes … Continue Reading

Salmonella in a Different Language

When the news of salmonella in something as American as peanut butter needs to get out, spreading the word is fairly routine.  What happens when salmonella rissen is found in white pepper distributed mainly to Chinese and other Asian restaurants on the west coast? Union Internatonal Food Company of Union City, California has voluntarily recalled … Continue Reading
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