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"Martha Payne had some sad-ass lunches at her school in Scotland — unsatisfying food that sometimes had more hair than vegetables. So the 9-year-old decided to start a blog with photos and vital statistics about her meals. [...] Result? Martha’s dad just met with the local council, and it announced that kids could have unlimited salad, fruit, and bread."
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"The problem with eating puppies is that they're playful, trusting, lovable and loyal. But then again, so are pigs. Rabbits are lovely pets yet considered edible. Why should we eat a rabbit, but not a weasel? Perhaps you think a weasel simply doesn't look like food. And a prawn does?"
This link recently saved by nik.silver on November 14, 2010
"In an overhaul of public health, said by campaign groups to be the equivalent of handing smoking policy over to the tobacco industry, health secretary Andrew Lansley has set up five "responsibility deal" networks with business, co-chaired by ministers, to come up with policies." I'm not going to comment on this, because the article's commenters have got there first: "OMG, isn't this a bit like Hitler helping to write policy on religious toleration?" / "Is this not like getting Myra Hindley to write your Nursery School policy?" / "I guess letting MacDonald's into the Department of Health might be one way to achieve a "Big Society"" / etc etc
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From the Times Online, a lovely interactive graphic of UK food consumption over the years: "In the above interactive visualisation, we’ve documented the changing face of our grocery shopping, whether it be the rise and rise of the banana, the decline of liver, the growth of the ready meal, or the determined plod of the pork sausage. The data comes from DEFRA [...]"
This link recently saved by nik.silver on May 19, 2009