Wednesday, October 09, 2002
Why Is the Verb "Nuke" Acceptable When Applied to Popcorn But Not When Applied to Apple Juice?
From the Wall Street Journal:
The FDA will allow U.S. food companies to petition it to avoid using the word "irradiation" on their labels. If approved, they could use language such as "cold pasteurization."
"Deep Atomic Level Cleaning"
"Sizzled for Your Protection"
"Ain't No E. Coli in Here!"
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