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  • Abraham Wallin

    Jerliyah, thanks for the comment. It continues to amaze me how hard we have to fight for things that as you put it "shouldn't even be up for debate".

  • Jerliyah

    I feel this shouldn't even be up for debate. It's the same reason we have ingredient labels. We our feeding ourselves, our families, and our friends with this food. We should know all about it and whats in it. Well known saying, "we are what we eat", and anyone who knows anatomy or health or about proper diet knows that this is incredibly true. Everything our bodies do is based off what we put it in. We use food to grow, to heal, and to function. If i don't want to clog my system with crap, there should be a clear label so i know the good food from the bad. By not voting yes to this, its basically like saying that its ok for businesses to screw us over. If they are a business that is feeding us quality food and has good ethics, this shouldn't even shake them. The only businesses this prop would affect, are the ones that are doing wrong and should be stopped in the first place.