Offalgood

Chef Chris Cosentino’s educational and inspirational tool for those who are interested in learning about and cooking with offal.
Cloning Process

Stop Cloned Meat

The FDA has approved cloned meat and milk with no special labeling. This will give a whole new meaning to “molecular gastronomy.” As if factory farming isn’t bad enough we are now just going to make animals in a labratory to factory farm them. And if the FDA does as planned, this meat will sit in the cooler next to all the other meat and you will not know the difference. This is frankenfoods at its best. They don’t know what affects it can have on people in the long run either. Is this where you want your meat to come from?

The final decision will be made in a couple of months and the FDA is currently accepting comments from the public. Go now and tell them what you think about cloned meat. Go to the FDA website or mail comments to:
Division of Dockets Management (HFA-305), Food and Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers Lane, Rm. 1061, Rockville, MD, 20852. Comments must be received by Apr. 2, 2007 and should include the docket number 2003N-057

Leave a Comment (3)

  1. Thanks for the link, Chris and I would encourage all others here to post a comment and let the Government know you don’t want to unnatural food not to be labeled. It would be a crime by big food, big drug and bio-tech companies to let this happen. Pigs should be created on a farm not in a factory or lab!

    Mick | | Reply
  2. When cloned is available at our local markets and not labeled accordingly, that will be the day we will stop eating meat.

    Leona | | Reply
  3. im a farmer you know, get a life and eat some real food. somebody should just starve you so you can see what it would be like

    bill the redneck | | Reply