My first reaction is it will never be enough to one faction experiencing a growth rate here in the states anyway. I giggle + giggle of many whom seem to want the chemical structure of the food on the label with conversations. I ponder how enough is enough.
Personally, I accept and acknowledge I have the right to choice. I too realize educating the basics of nutrition may be at the government level of administration especially educating our youth, yet its regulation I ponder its responsibility. The question of family responsibility and its socializing consequence I ponder being closer to the crux of the problem.
Today more than yesterday I feel, though is only speculative, our youth are educators of our parents on the subject of nutrition. That conclusion is based on how many times I have seen a child reading the nutrition label while shopping in the grocery store. And, sadly the response of the parent is "we cannot afford that one."
So, does the label give cause to being informed? Does the label give cause to feelings of guilt? Does the label give cause to making the best overall decision? Does the label allow the flexibility of choice with the diet at any level of acceptance and acknowledgment of a preferred choice of nutrition factors?
I ponder those with adding that I look at the labels. The only thing I tend to have concern of is the carbohydrate count, the sugar content, and the sugar alcohols. Those are on the labels today and available at fast food websites. Restaurants only sometimes. The rest I presume as givens and have the attitude those other factors overall have a midpoint with nutrition for me.
From that you may realize I am diabetic. Sharing I take a vitamin regiment to counter the results of mass manufacturing foods to have an extended shelf life. That is the economics for me of least to the solutions available today. I prefer organic, yet that appears to be more and more an illusion many times weighing truths with benefits and the costs.