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How much food control would you support?


What do you think about the idea, if every food brand would be obligated to have an internet site with real pictures or live-webcam feed of their animal shelters and food processing units?

 

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Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) says

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    Wasteless Project 3 years ago

    Thank you Lizzy, very insightful answer! I also don't see a single argument against strict labeling laws. Doesn't cost extra and it should be a consumer's right to know!

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    Wasteless Project 3 years ago

    Hi Mitch, that is an awesome approach you are suggesting! Now I should re-publish this question how many of you would change their choice of brand because of such type of 'look and see' possibility... Thanks for sharing your ideas

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Juliette Kando (Sue Adams) says

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    Mitch Alan 3 years ago

    While I would not necessarily support a ban on GMO products I would support the need to denote which item are and are not. I do believe that this could be done, at least in part, without the need of more Washington bureaucracy.


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