Some nanny states go around trying to make sure food is safe. We don’t need that. People can decide for themselves what food is safe.
Nanny stater perspective shown in articles on China food safety: Food-borne disease could affect an estimated 300 million Chinese consumers every year – China to step up monitoring of baby milk powder – Rat-meat sold as mutton and other tainted food scandals have prompted China’s top court to call for harsher punishments for making and selling unsafe food – China wrestles with food safety problems
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