IT’S no secret that a lot of food and drink products use cheeky methods to hide what they’re made from.
In their latest bid to straighten out the food industry, new youth-led movement Bite Back 2030 has been drawing attention to some of the dodgy tactics used by companies who want to make us eat too much of what isn’t good for us.
Of the many products out there who use these tactics, two finalists have been chosen to go head to head in the hunt to crown the winner of THE most misleading food label. As partners of Bite Back 2030, we at First News want you to take a look at these two products – and let us know which you think is the MOST misleading in our poll below!
Don’t miss next week’s issue of the paper, where you can find out more about these cheeky tactics!