This is the "information age", but just how much data do we need.
For instance: there is a packet of Cocoa Mix on the kitchen counter. I need to know how much hot water to mix it in, but do I need all this other information on the packet?
It contain 8.52 ounces of the product...that is 15 grams. It contain 120 mg of natural antioxidants and suppolies me with 50 calories, but none from fat. It has 180 mg of sodium, and one whole gram of dietary fiber...that is 3%. It contain 8 grams of sugar from lactose (milk sugar) and 3 grams of protein.
It profides me with none of my vitamin A or C, but 30% of my Calcium and 2% of my daily needed Iron.
The UPC code is 5000023613 and the package is number 703258803P/ It is packet style 269221-B and is copyrighted by Nestle (founded 1866).
Any questions? call them at 1-800-288-8682 8AM to 6PM Central Timeor check their website NestleUSA.com
Ingredients are dairy product solids, notfat milk, cocoa processed with alkali, calcium carbonate, cellulose gum, and less than 2% of partially hydroginated canola oil.which adds a trivial amount of transfat, salt, artificial flavor sodium caseinate, sucralose, sodium phosphate, acesulfame potassium.
It doesn't say where it was packaged... but I suspect China...seems like everything comes from China these days. Of course I could call that number, it is between 8AM and 5 PM Central time, and ask.
How much data do we really need?