Observations about the universe, life, Lausanne and me

Monday, June 16, 2008

Only in Switzerland

Only in Switzerland is the milk standardised. Yes of course, all modern countries have health standards for comestibles. But I think it is only the Swiss that are so proud of them that they use it to sell their milk. "Hey!", the milk seems to say, "I am not just any old pint of milk, I have standards. Look at me: I am exactly one liter. 3.5% fat. Flash-heated to 90 degrees centigrade, make no mistake. I come from standard-cows, who fed on standard-hay, with standardised antibiotics added for good (and standard) measure."

Switzerland. Even the milk here is stuck-up.

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