BIOTECHNOLOGY. Oh, it sounds like the future, what with the “life” in the “bio” and the “innovation” in the “technology.” Making things—inventing—for life and from it. It’s like magic.
Now I have no problem with killing/dicing/eating animals, it’s something humans have done for millions of years. If you put me out in nature, say in a post-apocalyptic world, maybe add some zombies, I would kill the hell out of some animals, or at least try. However, today we’re not raising animals in a way that is healthy for the general public’s consumption. Continue reading
For Alex Whitmore, co-founder of Taza Chocolate in Somerville, the Willy Wonka comparison is getting old.
“I hate it. I always hated it. It always happens,” says Whitmore, standing in the Taza factory that he created in 2006, along with his wife, Kathleen Fulton and friend Larry Slotnick. Continue reading