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Old 02-02-2012, 09:45 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by bigmac View Post
Not all food regulation is bad. I'm all for regulations that require better disclosures regarding what's actually in the food we eat. Current American food regulations only require that ingredients be listed from greatest to least. You have to take an educated guess as to how much of any given ingredient is actually in a particular food product. Personally I'd like regulators to require that the specific percentage by weight of each ingredient be listed on the label.

Such regulation would help ME control what's in MY kitchen.
I'm really just concentrating on sugar. Haha.
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