Monthly Archives: October 2016

Organic certification is about inspection, not safety or quality

Foodborne Disease Outbreaks Associated with Organic Foods in the United States Authors: Harvey, R. Reid1; Zakhour, Christine M.2; Gould, L. Hannah3 Source: Journal of Food Protection®, Number 11, November 2016, pp. 1828-2017, pp. 1953-1958(6) DOI:     Abstract: Consumer demand for … Continue reading

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Who’s Spending Britain’s Billions?

You really should watch this.  Jacques Peretti investigates how companies like management consultancies and outsourcers rip off taxpayers through gullible public leaders.  PWC, McKinsey, the usual suspects bringing waste through endless “transformation”.  One shouldn’t expect much from the poorly-qualified managers … Continue reading

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ISO ramps up its embrace, extend, and extinguish strategy

Thinkpurpose warns us of ISO 18404. Still unable to admit that it doesn’t work to manage people as if they were manufactured objects, the ISO has again plagiarised other quality management systems into its latest expensive document.  That will stop … Continue reading

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