Easter bunny came, but don't eat the chocolate coins
I was up early with my young son Sunday morning and he was all excited about the Easter Bunny coming and filling his basket. My wife had picked up some stuff at CVS. I was glancing at the candy and noticed that the foil chocolate coins were Made In China. I have made it a policy not to eat food products made in loosely regulated third world nations. Someone else's greed (USA distributor or Chinese manufacturer) could be my or my families loss. So I kindly explain to him that the coins are only for play and not eating. He asks why, and I say that it is really bad tasting chocolate. He is fine with it and really likes the coins for play anyway.
The number of food products offered for sale in the USA and made in countries with poor food regulations and/or corruption seems to be increasing. It is almost imperative to read the very fine print. I would prefer a big flag printed on the front.