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  • Food labels leave us feeling uninformed
  • Food labels leave us feeling uninformed
    Matt MacGillivray ©
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Food labels leave us feeling uninformed

Confused over what exactly is in your food? You're not alone, as just over half of people don't understand food labelling. But while there are growing government efforts to tackle this problem, people expect brands to step up and explain what's in their products. 

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