UK: Food labeling - don't get 'fresh' with me - COMMENT (Members)
A report by the UK's Food Advisory Committee has criticized misleading terms used on food labels. The study found that some labelers were being "economical with the truth" when describing products with terms such as 'home-made' and 'natural'. The findings will be used to help lay out new guidelines to limit the "sloppy use" of these descriptions, forcing producers to find new ways to make their products attractive to consumers.
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