16 Most Misleading Food Labels
Healthy or just hype?
by Danny Deza
Have you ever picked one grocery item over another because of the health claims on the label? You may have been duped. That’s because terms like fat free or all natural are often slapped on a food item that may not be healthy at all.
Frustrated? You’re not alone. Nearly 59% of consumers have a hard time understanding nutrition labels, according to a Nielsen survey.
Here's our list of the 16 most commonand most misleading phrasesmanufacturers use on food, with advice on how to look past the hype to make smarter supermarket choices.
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