Bad doggie, bad employee, bad ingredient list

You know how I am big on reading food labels and ingredient lists? "It's the only way to tell with any accuracy what's in it," I say. "It's the only way to judge the quality of your food," I insist. "It's the only way to know for sure!"

Well, is it?

In one case, thank heavens, it is not. It seems that a disgruntled employee of the Manchester UK meat manufacturer, H R Hargreaves & Sons, added an ingredient to the ingredients list on their premium hams.

The employee was immediately fired and arrested and the hams were promptly recalled.

And the extra added ingredient added to the ingredient list (and not, thankfully, to the product): click here.