Would be nice to have transparency to food. Right now i read the backs of boxes and its just chemicalx, chemicalz, chemical-y and i dont comprehend any of it. I mean we have the internet so why not have a specific code on each brand and you can punch that code into a gov registered website that states EVERY single ingredient and exactly what its from and health risks.
When I read food packages now I just assume its 85% industrial bi-product. Some percent filler. And just enough real nutrients to classify it as food.
(wonder where cancer comes from.....)
With 3-d printing and people making imitation food looking real more and more it has the potential to turn humans into living "waste reclyclers" where companies are just finding excuses and loopholes to shove as much stuff in the food that they dont want to pay to put in a landfill. I got a packet of peanuts and it took me a while to realize what was wrong with them. But they were MAN-CRAFTED peanuts. As in someone took artificial peanut paste and cooked it and forged it in a way to make it resemble 90% of a peanut. **** was weird.
I dont wanna eat corn syrup boil out mixed with wood shavings and whats left after the making of jetfuel.
I wouldnt be surprised if they use 50 different loopholes and reconsitancy procedures to turn aborted babies and expiring semen samples into frozen burritos.