CNN: Starbucks Recalls Two Food Products: Breakfast Sandwich; Cheese, Fruit Box
"Two Starbucks food items were voluntarily recalled last week because of concerns of contamination with listeria or allergens. Progressive Gourmet Inc., the food manufacturer that makes breakfast sandwiches for Starbucks, said the sausage, egg and cheddar cheese on English muffin breakfast sandwiches potentially have listeria contamination. Routine testing by the company revealed the presence of listeria on a contact surface within the production facility." Read full story.
CNN: Short Men And Heavier Women Earn Less, Blame DNA
"Men who have more genetic variants that would make them short, and women who have more genetic variants that would lead them to have a higher body mass index, tend to earn less money, according to a study published in BMJ. This phenomenon has been documented in the past, but earlier studies used mostly observational data. What's different about this study is that it looks at a person's genetic predisposition for height and weight." Read full story.
REUTERS: Cargill Says To Cut Antibiotic Use In Cattle By 20 Percent
"Cargill Inc [CARG.UL], a top U.S. meat processor, is trimming the use of antibiotics in its cattle supply amid concerns among some doctors and consumers about risks to humans from antibiotic-resistant bacteria." Read full story.