That “zero trans fat” claim on your bag of chips may be a big, fat, wicked lie. Read on to learn how the FDA allows food manufacturers to pull the wool over our unsuspecting eyes.
Are Froot Loops healthy because they’re “made with whole grains”? Is a 100-calorie bag of cookies good for you? We’re bombarded with food labels and ads designed to mislead.
In Great Britain, it’s quite common to see food labelled ‘British fill in the blank’. It’s a good thing, because the people know that they are buying at least reasonably local food.
However, because of loopholes in the food labelling requirements, this type of labelling can be VERY misleading.