Thursday, June 2, 2011

Product Deception

Clipping from Time Magazine

This isn't from the same Time Magazine article I was reading (above), but it’s always interesting learning about product deceptions...

-- Budget Gourmet Light and Healthy Salisbury Steak, which is labeled "low fat," derives 45% of its total calories from fat.

-- Diet Coke contains more than the one heavily advertised calorie per can (so does Diet Pepsi).

-- There is no real fruit -- just fruit flavors -- in Post Fruity Pebbles.

-- Honey Nut Cheerios provides less honey than sugar and more salt than nuts.

-- Mrs. Smith's Natural Juice Apple Pie contains artificial preservatives. The word natural refers to the fruit juice used to make the pie.

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