UK: Consumer Association strikes out against misleading food labels
The UK Consumers' Association (CA) this week accused food manufacturers of printing dubious health and nutritional claims, and called on the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to 'name and shame' culprits. The CA itself issued a press release naming a group of manufacturers and products that it believes are misleading consumers. Many products fail to make it clear just how much fat they contain, for example.
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