“Right to decide” food label petitions

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/300205
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/300185

Ideally we need a petitions link page for important causes.

The wording is key on anything criminal though, any hint of miswording or spite and they’ll ignore it, however mundane the issue.

With these, I’d include a bit about the human right to control what one ingests and takes into one’s body as part of consent and the right to religion/belief under the Equality Act, including the right to information (prior to informed consent) and right to dissent from consumption, so labelling also helps with corporate transparency, which would boost faith and economic growth as more people feel confident to eat out without fear of breaching their “ethical stance” whether it be contrary religion or most directly, animal rights.

It’s fundamentally disrespectful to discounted religions and to animal rights activists, who naively trust that Trades Description applies to this, including restaurant items.

At the moment, corporations rob consumers of the executive “right to decide” what they put into their body.

Think about that.

“To make matters worse, the government does not force religiously slaughtered meat companies to so label this meat when it enters the general supply chain, due to higher costs.

They are trying to keep the costs down, however, that means that around 90% + of the UK population are subsidising meat that is not intended for them and which some people are forbidden to eat for religious reasons.”

Bullshit, a label costs NOTHING extra to add, labels are already printed.

It’s intentional deception of the public on a key ethical area of dietary consumption.

The majority of the country is Christian in the census and the Queen’s duty (and her Gov, that site) is to “protect the faith”. Can they protect our dinner plate?

https://www.fakeaddressgenerator.com/World/uk_address_generator

https://www.guerrillamail.com/

Someone link this on britpol for the bored.

https://temp-mail.org/en/

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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