Ever wonder what is really in those frozen fish sticks? Recycled cardboard with a bit of fish oil — carefully blended pig, cow and fish guts? Since the unholy matrimony of the chemical industry with the food industry and the added imaginative prowess of the advertising industry’s artfully disguised ‘list of ingredients’, what you are eating is just about anybody’s wildest nightmare.
Beefed-up Chicken“Ever wondered whether your chicken has been bulked up with beef or pork extracts? Or if your burger contains mice or even bits of people that fell into the mincer? Thanks to a single test that claims to reveal the presence of meat from 32 different animals, these questions can now be answered. The test is based on a DNA chip called the "FoodExpert-ID" chip and its main use would be to ensure that meat products are what they say the are and don't contain anything they shouldn't. . .”
And then there is news of some really fresh feline food:
Grinning Grimalkin“Our delicate nature forbids us from reading the grisly details of US patent application 4150505. The title, as reader Dave Woolf points out, already says it all. It's "Bird trap and cat feeder" . . .