Monday Moaning

This is an all-too-common sight.

False advertising.

Why can’t these charlatones be brought to book?

False or misleading labelling is endemic in supermarkets and plays on the gullible.

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They won’t play a responsible game, then make laws with heavy fines for breaches so they will.

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If it hasn't got sugar, then it's NOT sugar

If it hasn’t got sugar, then it’s NOT sugar

The commercial world is full of bullshit, that companies and corprations should be taken to task

This is another labelling issue.

 

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9 responses to this post.

  1. I seriously cannot believe my eyes at these 2 photos!

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  2. I have MAJOR issues with bottled water! It’s getting scary out there people!
    http://organicsimply.com/2/post/2014/07/stop-the-privatization-of-water.html
    Sara

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    • >Sara, I also have a problem with bottled water being sold by the big corporations.

      But I am in need of bottles water at the moment, from today. I have had diarhea for the second time in two months, both bouts after drinking tap water from my kitchen. There is something wrong with my roof tank, and until I can sort that out, I have to buy water in five gallon carafes for drinking and cooking.

      I am actually divided by bottled water being sold the same as softdrinks (sdoa) because the softdrinks today like coke are full of poison. I am seeing bottled water as a healthier option.

      But I am totally against the likes of Fiji Water being transported around the globe; especially when Fijians can’t have it.

      AV

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  3. Dog food isn’t made or Dog either

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  4. Diet water? I understand your need for bottled water at the moment, and I applaud you for purchasing the larger bottles instead of the single serving size. When I lived in Arizona I couldn’t drink their water and had to carry my bottles to stations around town to fill up with the filtered waters. We do what we have to.

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    • >Lois, fortunately here we have home delivery. However I need it at the moment, it goes against the grain.

      AV

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      • I think your efforts to use rainwater most of the time will offset the short time you need bottled water.

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      • I use the rain water for my garden rather than use the town supply. I actually get more than I can use and this becomes a problem because I collect it in a variety of containers, bucket, tins and the like. I don’t have a formal rain collection system, so I have standing water and that is an ideal breading habitat for the mosquito that spreads dengue fever, which is epidemic here. If it were not for that, I would save a lot more.

        AV

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