Yesterday, I bought some ground beef mince, with the intention of making a Mexican-style filling for tacos.
On the packaging, I spotted some helpful advice to any hapless buyer who may not have been as familiar as I with the product: "Suitable for recipe-based dishes".
Just think. Had I not been given this information, I could easily have just put it on a plate straight out of the packet.
I think this kind of consumer information should be extended to other products. Shoes, for instance, should be clearly labeled: "Only to be worn on the feet". Books ought to have a prominent warning: "Not to be used for extinguishing fires".
Can anyone else give any examples of such useful information that they have seen on real packaging?
Last edited by Zarathustra : 02-06-2008 at 11:35 PM.