While shopping for sour cream, I noticed a new (new to me at least) product from Tillamook Dairy called “Natural Sour Cream.” Of course, this made me curious. Check out the ingredients: Tillamook’s Premium Sour Cream contains Cultured Pasteurized Grade
While Dave and I visited his family in early May, Dave’s mom pulled out a bottle of Hunt’s Ketchup. Right there on the label, it said “no high fructose corn syrup”. Dave picked it up and proudly showed me the
Food, Inc will premier on PBS tomorrow, April 21st. Food, Inc reveals suprising and shocking facts about the American food industry. The film is co-produced by Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) and features Michael Pollan (Omnivore’s Dilemma), Joel Salatin (Polyface
Marion Nestle’s post on March 24th disappointed me. I think her doubts of the Princeton study have validity, but it’s hard to tell as they were quickly refuted by one of the study’s authors. This aside, Nestle went on to
Thanks to Princeton University, the Corn Refiners Association will have to revamp their “Sweet Surprise” ad campaign. Apparently, if you process and chemically alter corn to produce high fructose corn syrup, then a Calorie is no longer just a Calorie.
My selection of foods generally falls into categories such as “organic,” “local,” and “whole.” My replacement for soda is a mixture of half juice (no high fructose corn syrup!) and half club soda or seltzer water. But, sometimes a Coke
Dave and I were at the grocery store the other day, having the ketchup debate again. Do we buy the 20-ounce bottle of regular Heinz Ketchup for $2.09 or the 15-ounce bottle of Organic Heinz Ketchup for $2.50? Is it