If labeling = good idea
Regulations = bad idea
How can Labeling regulations = good idea?
It can’t. Let the market drive the good ideas.
Friend, that’s fine with me IF it yields clear labels for the food I buy. Until the labeling regs started in 2006, I couldn’t get a clear bead on contents for many foods. Do you have any idea just how many things began as a by-product of wheat? I don’t care about the FDA. The only element here that I care about is not poisoning myself and my children. Celiac disease is serious stuff, and it can kill me.
So, let’s change the equation.
Clear food labeling = good idea.
FDA (generally speaking) = bad idea.
But, for once, the bad idea yielded something good by, no doubt, accident.
Now, before any further replies, please, and I mean this in all kindness, and sincerity, look up celiac disease. Then, if you have any kids, reflect on how you would feel, if, say, a pair of identical, six year-old girls of yours, like you, had the disease. And then, after that reflection, tell me that my single admittance of an accidental good thing from a truly horrible bureaucracy is wrong.