Saturday, June 30, 2007

Is ‘Made in China' avoidable?

By Dirk Lammers
June 29, 2007

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Poisoned pet food. Seafood laced with potentially dangerous antibiotics. Toothpaste tainted with an ingredient in antifreeze. Tires missing a key safety component.

U.S. shoppers may be forgiven if they are becoming leery of Chinese-made goods and are trying to fill their shopping carts with products free of ingredients from that country.

The trouble is, that may be almost impossible."

Read more here.

All I can say is to be vigilant and pay attention to what you are paying for.

Hehehhhe. I turned the heel on my sock. WOOT!!

Pamela Lanier's Bed and Breakfasts' "Chilled Buttermilk Beet Borscht"

"It's always the badly dressed people who are the most interesting."

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