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Another example of big govt at work....

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Old February 28th, 2014, 09:04 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Another example of big govt at work....

The FDA estimates the cost of the new food labeling
requirements will be $2bil. Another unbelievable example
of what big govt costs us all. The changes? Increase
the font size of the calories. List the added sugar. And
make the serving sizes larger. The overall effect?
Meaningless, as few are paying any attention to them at all.
Anyone who does, the info you need is already there. Americans
will still be fat, it's just another $2bil down a rat hole.


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