Scientists, and other mere mortals, get lost in their public voice when they speak about things they have no clue about.
I agree with the active citizen, participatory democracy, but there are people who take some (rudimentary) form of training, like food servers and hockey coaches, which is much more than the critics ever do, and the posers should just shut the fuck up.
So when Early Childhood Council boss Peter Reynolds says, new rules have made early childhood education centres less safe because most food poisoning and allergic reactions in ECEs are as a result of food prepared at home, I gotta say, you got a source for that?
Centres were now finding themselves facing bills into the thousands of dollars in inspections and compliance fees, which is likely to be passed onto parents,
The Food Act 2014 came into force in March, and was designed to ensure all food sold in New Zealand is safe.
Many centres have “had enough”, he said, and were now opting out of providing food.
Good choice. You’re not a certified kitchen, and stop feeding kids. Or this NSFV.