Requiring Information, Allowing Choice
An interesting question for Libertariana: Should accurate, consistent food labelling be required? This argument for consistent labelling, in the EU, makes some sense. Many people have allergies, some of them deadly. My nephew has an extreme nuts (and other stuff) allergy. Angus himself has some food issues. (I have some issues, including my "see food" diet, but labelling won't help that much). Should contents be listed clearly and accurately, and should the state prosecute deviations? One big problem, as described in the article, is nuts.
Or should we (quoting Tony McCaullife, responding to the demands from General Heinrich Freiherr von Lüttwitz that he surrender Bastogne, on December , 1945) just say:
(Nod to Warden, who knows things)