Consumers misled by “natural” foods
The marketing hype of “natural” cereals
Do you buy “natural” cereals and granola to avoid pesticides and genetically modified ingredients? Organic foods, by label, are supposed to be produced in an environmentally sustainable way.
As shown in this report from the Cornucopia institute, the term “natural” has no meaning except in marketing hype, and these natural cereals are often priced higher than their organic counterparts.
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