You know the FDA -- the Food and Drug Administration -- has your back when it comes to food safety right? Well, sort of. Just so you'll know, your food has to reach what are called "Food Defect Action Levels" that have been created by the FDA before regulators will take action against products with foreign matter. In other words, really gross stuff is a problem. Just a little gross is okay. Put another way, there has to be a certain amount of bugs or bug parts in your food before it's deemed unsafe, but a little bit is totally fine. Manufacturers can't allow more than 225 bug parts in 225 grams of pasta. But any less than 225 parts in that batch is ok for the FDA. Now let's be fair-- realistically it's impossible to eliminate all bugs from food grown outdoors, no matter how small the manufacturer -- but it's still kind of icky to think about. On the other hand, pesticides and preservatives used to kill bugs and add shelf life to produce are often much more harmful to consumers than a few bug parts.
Yes a cow and bull got married in India. I can totally see this as a future topic on Springer or Maury. But the people who organized this wedding look so serious, so I am thinking they don't consider this a joke. Check out the video.
Did you overindulge yesterday for Easter? Maybe you did, maybe you didn't. Regardless, many of you still have leftover candy. A popular candy at Easter is the Cadbury Creme Egg. What to do with all those leftover Eggs? You could eat them, of course. Unless you can't stomach them after yesterday. Here's something interesting that they did a few years ago at University of Nottingham. They did physics experiments with them! Check this out.
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