Whenever I go to supermarket to buy supplies, it is always my number one rule to check the labels of certain product. I became meticulous on this part because of the incident that happened to me before when I found out that an expired product was included in my grocery cart. At first, I thought to just put it into trash because of the hassle going back to complain at the customer service. That idea bothered me thinking that another customer might be a victim and would not notice the expiry so off I went.
When you buy a product do you check its nutrition label or do you concentrate on the flavorings or its manufacturer? Unfortunately, the full information that you needed sometimes is not indicated in the product. Is there such a law that says about labeling standard? Consumer should have all the right for information and that includes the labeling, expiration and ingredients. The government should be strict in implementing this for consumer. Maybe they can also include some recommendation, say for example print labels at zooprinting.com so that more business would know what to follow when making a standard label.