The Government Bans Chefs From Putting Love In Their Food

October 12, 2017 in Daily Bulletin

Anna Edney wrote about the American government’s attempt to regulate love:

  • Nashoba Brook Bakery mentions “love” as one of the ingredients in its granola.
  • The government researched love and could not find any evidence that it was “a common or usual name of an ingredient”.
  • Instead it is classified as an “intervening material” that has no place on an ingredient lists.
  • The Bakery’s chief executive dismisses the government’s complaint about its $5 million a year product as something from “George Orwell”.
  • More prosaically the government also called out the “insanitary conditions” used to prepare the product and the risk of “filth”. The chief executive said those observations were “helpful”.

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