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42. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Mar 27, 2013, 17:36 Beamer
It's a first mover issue, too. People love all this unhealthy crap that tastes bad. A big part of that is conditioning. We're conditioned, after years of eating it, to expect a certain amount of fat, a certain amount of salt, etc. And often these tastes from from chemicals, like partially hydrogenated crap.

The first company to make a move away from this will lose, because the masses don't want it. Sure, companies often make attempts to move, but those products don't sell well enough to be a focus.

Like many things, unless the government forces a move the free market will never make the move themselves. We'll continue getting fatter and continue having more difficulty finding decent food in supermarkets because the not decent food is cheaper and sells better.

Because people, en masse, are idiots.
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