Furthermore, what is being measured that's 99.5% shared properties? If the theory is these are .5% different, why does the State need to put a hand in. Go to buy jeans that are all 99.5% identical, you can go from $6.99 - $699.00 and consumers take the .5% difference and figure it out for themselves. Each will choose what is worth the cost.
I'm always interested to see what the powers that be, are doing to help me along. With the helping hand of Ed Rendell, second term Governor of Pennsylvania, shoppers were certified as too dumb to buy milk with the details we have now. Whew, finally someone can make the food facts simpler. Good plan, who could ask for more? What are they doing?
Consumers have too many details and Boys of the Boardrooms, who know the dairy business best, know better than we do, what we should swallow. Yes shoppers, the wise men of the Pennsylvania Statehouse have stepped in have the confusing words banned.
How much better we will be when our information is limited so consumers can shop with peace of mind and know you the Steak House policies, oops that's the State House policies have our backs.
The only question left to wonder about is, what will they do with the other food claims and drug ads? Because if this is the only move toward protection, it's going to look a lot like insiders with a vested interest protecting their incomes, not the citizens of Pennsylvania. Surely the Governor and Administration wouldn't do that, would they?