|Posted on Sunday, June 09, 2002 - 1:47 pm: || |
"Subject: PROPOSED RESTAURANT LABELING LAW
We have just learned that Australia has proposed requiring identification of MSG (probably monosodium glutamate) in restaurants. Comments are being solicited. The comment period ends June 19. And comments can be sent on their Web site form, i.e., via the Internet.
Jack and I would appreciate it if you would alert your readers/contacts to this golden opportunity to make a difference. You will find the address of the Australian Web page and instructions on how to make comments on our main page (http://www.truthinlabeling.org). If you choose not to send people to our Web page, we would appreciate acknowledgment that the information came to you from the Truth in Labeling Campaign.
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|Posted on Friday, August 19, 2011 - 2:39 am: || |
Don't trust labeling. If it says "no msg" it probably has msg in it. If it says "no GMO" it probably has GMO in it.
Read this article to learn how crooked those guys are.
"The 'Non-GMO' Labeling Scam"
Most of the ingredients in that list are not food. Don't eat anything except food. Don't matter people will think you are crazy.
|Posted on Saturday, August 20, 2011 - 1:06 am: || |
Some wrappers hide the ingredients list in a fold over flap under a seam, making them difficult to read before buying them without tearing the package. If it's a bakery item they will put the sticker underneath so you have to hold it upside down or over your head to read it, risking ruining the product. All of this is deliberate.
A friend pressured me into buying something with "No MSG" emblazoned on the label. I got a reaction to one of the ingredients in one of the listed ingredients. There ought to be a law, not that it will make them honest.