> "Sqwertz" <> wrote in message
>>I just invented the word "Fritohistorian"(tm)!
>> It's self-explanatory.
>> That said, how do I determine the manufacturer of a product that is
>> labeled "Distributed by...."?
>> Twice I have emailed Jay's Foods and Wise Snacks trying to find the
>> maker of the 'Cheez Wheels' and 'Cheez Waffies', respectively. I have
>> not received any response in 10+ days from my four inquiries.
>> If I were a lawyer representing a choking victim <cough-splat> how
>> would I be able to determine the maker of these snacks (for example)?
>> Or any other product that is not made by the "distributor" who appears
>> on the label? I have searched the CFR's and FDA sites just to
>> flabbergast myself.
I've been puzzled about that too since I really do read labels. What does
'distributed by' really mean or hide? Does it mean it is from Ballalohala
wonga and they don't want me to know?
Mr. Esther insisted that I choose a new toilet for the hall bathroom.
Think that's easy? Indeed it is not. He's a 'buy American' guy and
suggested I begin with American Standard. Wrong. American Standard is from
Mexico. Eventually, I discovered Toto. Sounds like it's either from
Dorothy not in Kansas anymore or sort of Japanese. Wrong. Toto is in
Meanwhile, back to foods and distributed by - the coca cola I buy never
tells me where it's made. I salute the Fritohistorian adventure. Stay with