When is Food not Food?
By: Craig Harper, Australia's leading Motivational Speaker and Educator
Gourmet (adj.): of or characteristic of a gourmet, especially involving or purporting to involve high-quality or exotic ingredients and skilled preparation.
Aug 16 2012 12:16PM
My daugher had a recent similar experience. She purchased baby custard, made a reputable maker of dairy products, for her 7 month old daughter. After a discussion with her about how easy it was to make egg custrad at home, she read the label of the custard. there was a massive list of chemicals and additives, and to her total surprise and disgust no egg and no dairy products. How can the manufacturer label this as baby custard when it fact it is s toxic mix of chemicals! She threw the other unopened tubs out and has sworn to carefully read labels before buying any foods for bub!
Aug 16 2012 5:11PM
Working in a food-related industry, I am bombarded with the word 'gourmet'. Every second product we are offered declares itself thus. I am yet to figure out how to distinguish between gourmet and regular. What I do find is that most products designed to last are loaded with additives and other things I am unwilling to offer our customers.
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