Nestlé/Gerber again caught conning parents

Nestlé has been sued in California state court for shenanigans involving products of its Gerber division, reports Consumer Law and Policy Blog. Nestlé wants to grab the same parents who fed Gerber infant foods to their kids—and tap into their desire for healthier food. However, because it’s cheaper and easier to use fake fruits instead of real ones, Nestlé tarts up flour and sugar with flavors that taste like fruit but which provide none of their nutritional benefits.

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