Rotten apples wind up in our shopping cart not because we didn't eyeball them but because we assume they're just as fresh as the rest of them. Probability is in our favor.
Grocery shopping is a picker's chance. But it is not worth scrutinizing every choice; most apples are good. Suspicion is not worth clinging onto in an unlikely game of chance.
Humans vote with expectation. The chorus of decision-making is already loud enough.