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Truth in advertising

(article, Culinate staff)

Tara Parker-Pope, who writes the New York Times Well blog, recently pointed out an article listing confusing food labels and what they really mean. Some of the labels, Parker-Pope noted in her post, are simply meaningless, including "made with real fruit" and "a good source of fiber." In other words, it might sound good, but it might not be.