‘Natural’: The most meaningless word on your food label?

I don’t think that it is “something that’s very subjective”. The definition for natural should be: As spontaneously found in nature and unchanged from the time it is harvested. Problem solved.

http://mobile.foodnavigator-usa.com//Market/Natural-The-most-meaningless-word-on-your-food-label

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4 thoughts on “‘Natural’: The most meaningless word on your food label?

  1. mikereverb says:

    But how to you define “spontaneously”?

    And what about “nature”?

    And “unchanged?”

    “Harvested?”

    Hehe, just playin’.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • dynamomelano says:

      Another thing, how natural are barcodes?…

      • mikereverb says:

        Hmm, well, if they allow us to identify something by markings, then pretty natural!

        In nature, patterns are used to identify dangerous or desirable prey or mates.

        Barcodes are another way animals identify what they should or shouldn’t get.

        Yeah, I’m stretching it.

        Naturally.

  2. nowadays most food items have this label of natural stick to it while there are so many food items which not at all natural

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