The Supreme Court of Canada could be considered a "foodie" in the United States.
The court refused to hear an appeal from cheese manufacturers Saputo and Kraft that wanted to use more milk solids in cheese and less milk in the process. The rules that were upheld require cheese to have more full-fat milk.
This may have seemed like a common sense ruling but in the United States, common sense in food labeling is very difficult to locate. Substances that are labelled "cheese" in marketing in the United States as already identified as "processed cheese" in Canada.
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The ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada shows what regulation can mean to the quality of food. You can imagine that if the current U.S. Supreme Court had a chance to rule on food quality standards, corporate food manufacturers would walk away smiling.
Knowledgable people know processed cheese isn't real cheese, but if you aren't paying attention, and you hear the word "cheese," you should have a reasonable expectation of getting cheese. You can get that in Canada, but not in the United States. Freedom indeed.