Thin bear soup

If a soup is called low fat, and it’s on-shelf next to a soup for kiddies, you’d expect it to keep its promise.

Not so with these two Knorr soups.

Soup on the left: for kiddies, limited edition Teddy Soup. Soup on the right: low fat.

Knorr confusion

Knorr confusion

I won’t bore you with the nutritional breakdown, but the one on the right (low fat) has more fat in it than the kiddies’ soup. OK, you might argue that kids are too big these days anyway, so they should eat less fatty foods. But that’s not the point. The point is which one of these two soups is supposed to be low fat.

Potentially this could fall into the category of “misleading products”. Careful Knorr, there’s a fly in your soup.

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2 responses to “Thin bear soup

  1. Avatar Elina Voehringer

    Hmm…interesting……
    Do you have any more of these “misleading products”-examples?

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