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Misleading product labelling

What’s the problem?

Fruit yogurts with no fruit, high-sugar snacks marketed as fitness foods, miracle-health products with dangerous side effects: when it comes to packaged foods, misleading information is not the exception but the rule. Manufacturers use tricks to make their products look more appealing – because the competition is doing the same. What is worse, these tricks are absolutely legal, and no public authority can intervene. Food law tolerates many cases of misleading labelling – and consumers are left to fend for themselves.

 

 

 

 Nutrient-Blocking Effects of Dairy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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