Definitely ANGEL!! We know our British cold-pressed rapeseed oil is natural and delicious and should be appreciated for its own merits. It is healthier than olive oil (containing half the saturated fat and 10 times the Omega 3) and more versatile thanks to its high smoke point. However, although it is equivalent in provenance to a single estate EVO, we do not claim to be “extra virgin” because we know that this is a term specific to olive oil.
This range of foods are allegedly ‘Natural’; however, they contain ’sulphur dioxide’ and ‘citric acid’, neither of which can be claimed to be natural.
e.g. the ingredients for Morello Cherry ‘Natural’ Spread are as follows:
Grape Juice (60%) [Contains Preservative (Sulphur Dioxide)], Morello Cherries (37%), Gelling Agent (Citrus Pectin), Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid)
How can PG Tips advertise that they are so into supporting the Rain Forest Alliance, when only 50% of the Tea is sourced from certified content. I wonder if consumers really realised this, whether would think that PG Tips are really just doing this as a marketing trick?
Well done ‘Look What We Have Found,’ clearly identifies the actual the producer of the main ingredient and their story about their farm.
Another ‘Farmers Market’ rip-off from Heniz, trying to look like a regular product from a farmers market, nice little reassuring hand drawing of a pig on the front, I wonder which country supplied this Bacon, certainly not mentioned on the packaging, I wonder why?
This ‘Farmers Market’ rip-off is pretending to have rural connections. Complete with mocked up, market style writing, the final insult is ‘country’ vegetables, from where else did they think these vegetables came from? Further more, which ‘country’ did they find these vegetables? They decline to tell us this on the packaging…
The ‘Witshire ham’ ingredient is in-fact ‘Ham, Wiltshire cured’, many consumers are confused when place names are used in describing a product. Some consumer could even think that this ham is from Wiltshire, which it is not.
How can they say it is healthy? I am sure it probably a health meal to eat. To make a claim about health, however, they need to reference it against another product that is directly comparable to this product and explain why they think they is more healthy.