A new tin of Navy Flake arrived today, and I was most dissapointed to see the tin's new design. The label is pushed up and squished into the top 2/3 of the tin, while a big, permanent white box takes up the rest of the surface. Painted on, mind you, like the rest of the label. Since you guys in the states don't require mega huge warning stickers, there was a sticker telling you to go to their website for more information on their products. With most other countries, though, there would be a bold SMOKING KILLS or other type sticker in its place. The problem I have with this is the label being permanently changed/cheapened just to accomodate warning stickers. Mac Baren dropped the ball on this one. Why tarnish your image so as to more easily apply anti-smoking propaganda. That would be as bad as Johnny Walker permanently adding a white text field so the state can write in each years road toll.