When You Put Butter on Your Popcorn at The Movie Theater, Is it Really Butter or Just a Compound of Chemicals that Exposes You to Unnecessary Harm or Danger?
My wife is a health freak and although I am not, I am learning to live by her nutritional guidance as the fear of age and illness becomes more defined. Quite simply, if you look at the labels of many of the food products we ingest, it is nothing more than a conglomeration of chemicals intended to fool us that we are eating something else by virtue of its familiar flavor.
Recently I went to the movies and after purchasing popcorn saw what appeared to be a fountain-like device that allowed customers to administer as much “butter” on their popcorn as they wanted. Interestingly enough, as an experienced product liability attorney who has spent the last three decades fighting on behalf of injured consumers, I knew in fact that this was not butter and thought about the potential health hazards.