Americans need to stop this kind of nonsensical legislation.
http://www.naturalnews.com/030418_Food_ … seeds.html
That article "Tuesday, November 16, 2010". They already past it but never did figure out what exactly
the final bill looked like. Don't think it outlawed gardening but big-agriculture wouldn't mind if you only could buy their food like Monsanto: wants you can only buy their seeds.
It was a real fight for awhile like the internet copyright thing.
They did the same thing with dog breeders.
If we regulate everything where do we find the money to pay the regulators?
Yet within the food industry ammonia is a "processing" ingredient and therefore doesn't have to be listed as an ingredient on the food labels. I want to know if beef has ammonia and if it is being fed to me or my children in school. This should be basic food regulation.
Sad to say United States regulators cannot regulate.
Where is their common sense?
Why do we regulate dog breeders? Because of puppy mills, that's why.
Over the last two days I drank a bunch of unregulated, unfiltered, snow. I feel pretty good.
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