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  • KLmaker
    667 posts Member
    edited November 2019
    Idk how this turned into a cancer thread; but honestly, don't be mad at CA for warning you. Be mad at corporations that have no problem selling you products that contain hazardous chemicals. Our health is secondary to their profit margin. That's no good!

    What about all the food products that have labels saying it contains genetically modified ingredients?

    Over here it looks like they maybe actually hiding it, because several years ago a lot of products had it in small print in the ingredients, and now they don't.

    There is constant belligerent lobbying trying to force it through.

    If, (for example), a company making chocolate Swiss rolls uses GMO, then they have to put it in the ingredients, and if it doesn't, then they don't; but if they buy the cream filling from a third party that has used GMO, then they do not need to put that in their ingredients, which says it's GMO free, APPARENTLY???

    From what I read, this may have happened with a well known British confectionery manufacturer that was bought up by an American heavyweight, so I don't buy their chocolates anymore.

    If it's safe, then they don't need to hide it, if they do hide it, then why do they feel they need to.

    They said Thalidomide was safe as well.
    Don't believe the hype.
  • KLmaker
    667 posts Member
    edited November 2019
    I would buy it for IGC, could do with more vehicles about town, especially cars, rather than Chalmers Onda on every drive.
  • I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."

    Does that mean it won't cause cancer if I stay away from California? ;)

    I've often wondered this myself
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