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  • socialiguana

    The problem here is incomplete labeling. Just force the companies to clearly label that it includes it, and let the consumer decide.

  • snapkat

    You could argue for this kind of approach if you trust the government to always get it right in terms of what the 'bad' or 'unhealthy' things are. But looking at the history of bad advice that has come from goverenment health agencies about diet over the years... yeah, this kind of approach is worrying in that context.

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