Originally Posted by Rrrrrachel
So you're not saying here that vaccine manufacturers don't have to disclose food products as ingredients?
It's not just vaccine manufacturers.
If you go to a restaurant or even the deli counter and buy chicken salad, they are not required to disclose the ingredients in their chicken salad, even though they are food products! As long as it's not a pre-packaged food, they can (and do) claim that their recipe is a trade secret and they do not have to disclose the ingredients!
There's no law stating, "the following manufacturers are protected from listing ingredients in their products."
There IS a law stating that packaged foods must clearly label the top 8 common food allergens. There is no law that food products must list ingredients that are used in processing, but are not added to the final product. Therefore, something like Rice Dream Rice Milk does not have to list the barley enzymes they use in their list of ingredients, because barley is not one of the top 8 food allergens, even though it is a gluten source. In fact, they say on the carton that Rice Dream is gluten-free--except very sensitive celiacs react to the amount of gluten in it (they can call it "gluten-free" if it has less than 20 ppm gluten).
Even medications are not required by law to list ingredients, like gluten-derived ingredients, which makes things very, very difficult for celiacs when "food-grade starch" can come from rice, wheat, or corn.
And if something is not required by law (like, listing each and every ingredient), your insisting that I produce a law SAYING that it's not required is not helping the discussion along. You might as well ask me to produce a law saying that I am not required to wear chartreuse socks in public. It actually seems like you are purposely trying to derail the discussion by insisting on being shown a non-existent and therefore totally irrelevant law.
YOU show us the law that says that vaccine manufacturers are required to list each and every ingredient--including those that are used in processing--and please stop trying to get out of it by asking ME to produce a law of un-requirement.