Originally posted by Andy Ceponis:
But on to a more general question. Say i dont like seaweed. Now should everyone who makes "MILKshakes" have to tell everyone that there might be seaweed in the shakes? I would have no reasonable expectation of milkshakes containing seaweed.
Originally posted by David Junta:
I think Jim hit the nail on the head in saying that they should only have to list the ingredients INTENTIONALLY added.
The issue is whether they should be able to [b]LIE when EXPLICITLY asked. No matter what legal gibberish you spew out, lying to customers who have religious dietary concerns is just plain wrong and I believe they will pay for it.