Health and Wellness : Food fake-out: Products with misleading names and images

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  1. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    Food fake-out: Products with misleading names and images


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    Bacon bits with no bacon, onion rings with no onions, and other products with misleading names and images.

    Have you ever bought something “buttery” only to find that it contains no butter? How about a product with fruit pictured on the label but no fruit inside? These days, you’ll find bacon bits without bacon, blueberry cereal without blueberries, and cream-filled cookies without anything from a cow.
    A local shopping expedition and our Facebook fans turned up these examples. We asked companies to explain the connections, but most either didn’t respond or were vague.




    suggested reading and viewing 7 other products:

    http://shopping.yahoo.com/news/food...th-misleading-names-and-images-214400945.html
     
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2015
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