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“It’s only funny until someone loses an eye.”  My Mother

One of my favorite online ads is the one that warns of Five Foods You Should Never Eat!   331 more words

Grandma Pat Cooks

How a Mid-Sized Company Can Drastically Reduce Freight Costs

Don’t ship anything.

Yeah — that’s the easy answer.  But that isn’t what we are here to talk about.  Let’s talk about the B word.  Byproducts.  1,048 more words


Women with breast cancer have 50% -60% higher levels of chlorination byproducts in their breast tissue than women without breast cancer - thanks to our authorities

We’ve been hearing this message on chlorine a lot lately. Sadly it’s well installed in many (most?) water supplies with little hope of getting it removed. 653 more words


Food Trends 2017

We’re close to the end of the year and thought it was the perfect time to reveal the new food trends of 2017. It’s been a crazy year for food, from vegan cheeses being available at Sainsbury’s, to conflicting reports regarding meat consumption, it’s all been quite entertaining. 445 more words



The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) regulates — or perhaps more appropriately, regulates the regulation of — pet food at the state level. In essence, AAFCO is a trade association comprised of representatives from various states’ agricultural departments who individually help to regulate animal feed and pet food in their home states. 355 more words

Dog Food

What are Byproducts?

AAFCO defines “byproducts”, or “by-products” as “secondary products produced in addition to the principal product.”[1] In the case of pet food, byproducts are typically “the excess material left over after processing human foods.” 405 more words

Dog Food

Disinfection Byproducts

This is part of our series where we are taking a closer look at the 2015 Water Quality Report. Today we are talking about disinfection byproducts… 382 more words