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41 Everyday Scams That Are Tough To Avoid

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All-natural! Whole grains! Sugar-free! Low-fat! People see these proclamations on food labels and assume that the food is healthy and good for them. But advertisers walk a very fine line between truth in advertising and stretching that truth. Can something be considered sugar-free if it’s loaded with other artificial sweeteners? Is a sugary breakfast cereal really a good source of whole grains? Can orange juice be called all-natural if it only contains 2% of actual juice from oranges? The labels on food packages don’t come close to telling the whole story about what’s inside the package, and many people are fooled by them.

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