Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Food Labeling, more confusion for the added price


What a strange set of circumstances that surround food labeling for supermarkets.

On one hand it is very important for consumers to know where their food is coming from, on the other hand, not a lot of the new regulations for food labeling make much sense.

As an example, combined foods such as peas and carrots don't have to be labeled, nor do salad mixes of lettuce varieties, or turkey versus chicken parts...

What the article isn't clear at all about is the labeling of organic products that aren't really certified organic.

You tell us what you think, if you can make sense of all this!

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