Fine Cut Blog Archive for December 2010
Drinkers this Christmas are being warned to keep an eye out for dodgy alcohol after police in Surrey discovered hauls of potentially lethal counterfeit alcohol.
A special commemorative coin was issued today to mark the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton but the precision engraving of the couple's faces has come under fire because critics say there isn't much of a resemblance to either partner.
A new technology is about to hit merchandise stands at concerts across the country which will allow the user to play music from a badge that they can clip onto their clothing.
Milk and meat from the offspring of cloned animals may soon appear on supermarket shelves without warning labels, informing customers of their origin.
The food labelling debate looks set to continue after the European Parliament criticised proposals from MEPs labelling them a "sloppy deal."
The majority of people do not understand what the dates on product labels really mean, reports The Guardian.
Research conducted by Greenpeace has found that the labels found on canned tuna, are often inaccurate.