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  • China fines baby formula companies $108 million in price-fixing case

    The Chinese government Wednesday issued what it said were record-high fines totaling $108 million in connection with the scandal-ridden baby formula industry. Five foreign companies were fined -- Mead Johnson, Dumex, Abbott Laboratories, Royal...
  • NZ's Fonterra finds botulism bacteria in dairy ingredient

    NZ's Fonterra finds botulism bacteria in dairy ingredient
    WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's Fonterra, the world's largest dairy exporter, on Saturday said it had found a bacteria which can cause botulism in some of its dairy products, prompting China to issue a recall of affected products. New Zealand...
  • THE KITCHN: What to do with all those tomatoes? Make sauce

    THE KITCHN: What to do with all those tomatoes? Make sauce
    TheKitchn.com If you've been eyeing those gorgeous tomatoes at the farmers market and wondering what it might take to transform them into jars of delicious red sauce, wonder no more. Here is everything you need to know to make a moderate-sized batch of...
  • More than 100 people involved in Glendale wedding brawl

     
    A man who allegedly tried to elbow two Glendale police officers during a large brawl at a banquet facility this weekend could face battery and vandalism charges. The man, Karpis Termendzyan, was arrested Saturday after police responded to a fight......
  • Extortion at funerals? That's low, even for low-life scammers

     
    With this being National Consumer Protection Week, I'm receiving all sorts of tips about the latest scams and how to avoid them. This list from the Bucks County Crimes Against Older Adults Task Force includes one that's new to me......
  • Which OTC medications are safest for children?

    Q: My school-age children have been sick with colds lately, and because of conflicting information in the news, I’m still unsure about which over-the-counter medications are safe to use. Can you advise?     A: Good question, and I agree that the...
  • Organic Gardening magazine:

    Organic Gardening magazine:
    The October-November issue of Organic Gardening magazine features tips for home and garden, including these from its editors: Gardeners love plants, no news in that.  Often this enthusiasm results in beds and borders planted all over a property, with...
  • OC Officials Warn of Possible Bird Botulism Outbreak

    OC Officials Warn of Possible Bird Botulism Outbreak
    LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif. (KTLA) -- Authorities in Orange County are warning the public about a possible outbreak of botulism involving birds. Five Mallard ducks and one American Coot were admitted to the Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center (WWCC) in...
  • The Presidential 'Out Of Context'

    Barack Obama claims only that his legislative and foreign policy achievements in his first two years matched those of "any president — with the possible exceptions of Johnson, FDR and Lincoln" in "modern history." Some Obama enthusiasts are less...
  • Corning beef

    Corning beef
    Q: I use to use a recipe I got from the Chicago Tribune for making your own corned beef from scratch, using whatever cut of beef you wanted. Recipe dates back to 1993 or 1994. The last time I used the recipe was 1999. I was going to try the recipe again...
  • Chain Of Environmental Consequences Slaughtering Birds

    I'm not much of a bird-watcher. But I'm a devoted and appreciative observer of the common loon. Every time I see its black-and-white beauty, hear its eerie wail or watch its deep-water diving is a blessing. Each cry of the loon is precious to me. So news...
  • Dining out can be deadly

     
    ?? Each week after??state health inspections in South Florida restaurants are posted here, readers invariably fight amongst themselves??about whether??our government is overreaching into the private sphere by attempting to monitor food safety for the...