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'She read the ingredients listed on the label.'
'I don't care what your friends are doing. You're not leaving this house until your fix your label, young lady!'
"Tonight's specials include beef wellington (long regarded as a major source of cholesterol and saturated fat), Cajun-style swordfish (suspected of containing PCBs and toxic metals), and chicken teriyaki (recent increase in the incidence of salmonella whi
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'It appears that 'reduced fat' means high fat, 'lo-fat' means plenty of fat, and 'fat-free' means some fat.'
"People are always whining about food labelling, but there's NOTHING that ANYONE with a reasonable chemistry degree and maybe a PhD in pharmacology wouldn't with a little effort, be able to understand....At least a little."
'Nothing but veggies...we gotta learn to read.'
"I read all package labels for my health. Now my eyes are shot!"
"These look good. The first ingredient is blood sugar."
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Bio-Engineered Fruit of the Month Club
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Best before Aug 4 2005.
Vampire Anthology - 20% Bram Content
'How long do you reckon they've been passing off horsemeat for beef?'
"Could you read me a dog-food label before bedtime?"
Dramatic readings of food labels.
'If food products were honestly labeled...'
'The trick is to label straight away, otherwise I forget what I have in my larder...'
'Notice how with truth in packaging requirements all the labels begin with ‘OMG!''
'I've never seen a Surgeon General's warning on water before.'
'Caution: this tomato soup combines with our chicken noodle soup can form a lethal nerve gas.'
A Warning Label That Might Work: Use of this product could make you look fat.
Are we what we eat and what do we actually eat?
Mother buying lots of food marked 'RED' under the traffic light food labelling system.
Man reading dog food can: Contains beef and beef by-products.
Fat but with a great personality.
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