The writing of the pack

Holkham, Tony
July 1991
New Scientist;7/27/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1779, p49
Explains why the increase in public awareness of the content and effect of chemicals has not been reflected in wording of the labels of products. Problem of corporate will; Limited power of people who write instructions and warnings on product labels; Poor communication between manufacturer and consumer.


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