>> ...cooking, blanching etc is a choice(the consumere makes) in
>> "processing" radiation is done to "raw" food.
>It is also done to preserve processed or cooked food, as an alternative to
>pressure canning or dehydration. But your point about choice is a good
>but one that has a lot of precedent. Many see irradiation, at least in the
>meat context, as a public health issue. Public policy often circumvents
>free choice in the interest of personal safety. An example is helmet laws
>for motorcyclists. A lot of people prefer to ride without a helmet.
>that be illegal?
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