British chef Jamie Oliver is on a crusade to prove that U.S. food safety standards are than in Britain, so U.S food shouldn’t be allowed in the UK.
Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, affordable, and sustainably produced food and a grassroots campaign for better food policies. It builds all year long and culminates on October 24. [ … ]
ABC News posted a story this week about an additive in ground beef called ‘pink slime,’ as originally reported in The Daily and then Huffington Post. The scandal is that pink slime, or ammoniated beef trimmings, is wildly prevalent in school cafeterias.
In the interview last night, Oliver talks about how he was banned from all of LA’s schools before his plane landed at LAX and how he’s handling this season without direct access to their cafeterias.
With all of the attention being paid to the platforms of foodies like Jamie Oliver and Michael Pollan, you would think that Americans would cook more and rely less on [ … ]