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Food Labeling Debate Simmers; U.S. Rules Called 'Good Enough'

By Randall Osborne


Monday, July 8, 2002
During the 1960s, labels of any kind were abhorred by many for the way they so fixedly identified objects and people, limiting them to a static condition that idealistic New Agers whose cultural influence spread far in that era could hardly abide. (BioWorld Financial Watch)

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