It was confirmed yesterday that the Shanghai city government has found a solution to its FINA Swimming World Championship food controversy. How you might ask? The Times reports that Shanghai officials have released a list of 15 restaurants that are deemed safe for the swimmers to dine in. Xie Minqiang, vice director of Shanghai FDA and head of the FINA championships’ food safety department, had this to say: “After we communicated with the teams and reported our strict measures on food safety, they have withdrawn their requests….We have promised that all raw materials, processing and cooking procedures in designated hotels and restaurants are under strict supervision to prevent food-borne accidents and banned chemicals. All selected material suppliers are under strict and whole-course administration.” Does this mean any restaurant/hotel not designated a part of the “safe 15” is serving us dishes full of poisonous hormones? That third nipple makes so much sense now….