Yes! It was about time for one of those breathless investigative pieces from the P-I. It's been months since they explained how laundry detergent is killing you and your kids. Today they turn their sights to the other silent killer in our midst: honey. The opening paragraphs throw you headlong into the pulse-pounding world of honey inspectors:
Seven cars with darkened windows barreled east toward the Cascades, whizzing past this Snohomish County hamlet's smattering of shops and eateries. The sedans and sport utility vehicles stirred up dust as they rolled into the parking lot of Pure Foods Inc., a Washington honey producer. Out popped a dozen people in dark windbreakers identifying them as feds -- agents from Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Some raced to the loading docks. Others hurried through the front door. All were armed.
Armed? OMFG! So what happens next? You'll have to read it yourself. Suffice it to say that if honey inspection is your thing, you will not, repeat not, be disappointed. The next installment of this 38-part series will blow the lid off the lie that is "organic" honey.