Food used to be so simple. Consider all the varieties we have now: probiotic, low-carb, cholesterol-lowering, gluten-free, GMO-free, trans-fat-free, no-MSG, natural, antibiotic-free and hormone-free. There’s a boatload more, but who’s got menu space for all this? Don’t get me wrong, choices are great. But I find it unsettling when marketers slip in a few misleading “variations” among the many legitimate ones in order to create a false halo above one product ...
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