Mislabeled Goods By sienna Gooch

Similac Organic Baby food was sued by three consumers because of 26 of the 49 ingredients in the Similac organic formulas are not allowed in organic foods.
Center for Science in the Public Interest threatened to sue Plum Organics for misrepresenting the products claiming that they were had healthy ingredients like kale, quinoa, blackberry, and Greek yogurt when in fact the products are high in sugar, and less healthy foods.
Kind Bars represent themselves as being healthy when four varieties of the snack bars due to their fat content, which exceeded the maximum 1 gram of saturated fat to bear the "healthy" moniker.
Made statements on what it does to the body making it more healthy and perceived themselves as a healthy vitamin drink. When its actually a healthier soda. The company has stopped making statements on the effects and has put the amount of calories on the front of the label.

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