04 November 2006

Cheesy Nuts.

This evening while I was making a quick salad with rocket, baby spinach and feta cheese, Sue happened to notice something that puzzled us both listed on the feta cheese label.

"May contain trace elements of nuts".

From Strange Label
Why is that? Are they feeding the cows nuts, or is it simply because once a month they shut down the cheese factory and make peanut butter? I don't know, but maybe someone out there knows why and could shed some light on our little dilemma.

Also, does anyone know the process used to get the 'M's on all the M & M's? I can Imagine thousands of M & M's laid out on an enormous tray and a huge stamp, but I think it's more likely that they pass through a rolling printer on a conveyor belt of some sort.

So in either case if you have an idea or a theory I'd love to hear from you.

By Erueti Brown with 2 comments

2 Jabber?:

You are correct - once a month or so, they make peanut butter. Or maybe they make peanut butter in the room next door and maybe there is some degree of contamination.

This is really good because I knew different things here, and also trace elements it contains, this is a perfect fact, tanks so much for this information.