Should free range mean free range? Of course! The real issue seems to be that corporate interests will pay lawyers a huge amount of money to try to twist common language and get around the meaning of the labels in the hopes that the profit they make with delays and arguments and getting away with abuses. Is it a waste of time, ours and the government's, to have to go after ever corporation abuse the system, the common meaning of words, and the intentions behind each label. Yes. Is that their intention? Yes. Fines of each infraction should equal the 'true cost' of enforcement: man-hours, attorney fees, etc. And corporations should lose the all the profit they accrued over the time frame of investigation. Hence delaying and dragging out discussions would become cost concern to the corporations and not an incentive to continue abuse.