A close encounter in a hotel shower has made me think again about the fine print on food labels.
I'll get to the encounter in a minute. First, the labels.
I've always believed the more information disclosed on them, the better. I want to know how many calories, how much sodium, how much fiber. GMOs don't worry me -- I'm against "Contains Genetically Engineered Ingredients" warnings -- but I'd welcome it if the fine print were to include a list of GE ingredients and the percentage of the product they represent.
Even after my close encounter, "the more the better" ...