Bizarre warning labels on consumer products: Are we that stupid? Are we that irresponsible?

by 1389 on September 13, 2013

in 1389 (blog admin), Canada, food and drink, government regulation

Warning about warnings

Published on Sep 13, 2013 by sunnewsvideo
Ryan Doyle discusses the dumb product warnings Canadians encounter daily.

As Brian Lilley points out: If consumers want their coffee or tea not quite so hot, they can ask for a small amount of ice to be added to the beverage, or a cup of ice on the side.

In addition, if they’re afraid their hot drinks might spill, they can buy an insulated plastic cup with a lid and ask the coffee vendor to fill it. Many coffee vendors SELL such insulated cups that fit into a car’s cup holder.

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