The diversity of packaged foods on the market makes food industries competing to create products that captivate consumers. Various ways to make their products appear to attract buyers, such as making ads with promising sentences, offering promotional prices, using celebrity services for promotion, and more. The majority of us as consumers only serve as lovers only. Not many know how exactly the product is made. Whereas most of the food in the packaging does not match our expectations actually.
1. Corn cereal, there are secrets that you do not yet know
Make you a cereal menu enthusiast for breakfast, get ready for a broken heart, behind the delicious corn cereal combined with milk, the composition is not as you imagine. You are wrong to think this cereal is made with 100% original corn because most of the composition is corn flour and sugar! Yes, the sugar or fructose content in this cereal is quite high until nutritionists do not recommend consumed by children every day.
2. Potato chips, not as healthy as the ad
We often eat ads that show the process of making potato chips are processed from the original and fresh potatoes. And about 42 percent of its composition comes from potato starch. The rest are oil, corn flour, salt, and addictive substances.
3. Nutella, there is a limit
Who does not like phenomenal jam this one? Nutella is often seen in many Hollywood movies. No wonder many people are looking for him. The price is quite expensive do not discourage people to buy. However, among many fans, only a handful understands that the composition of brown jam is dominated by sugar. Other ingredients are oil, nuts, a little chocolate, and milk powder. The remaining additives. The high content of sugar in it makes the experts only recommend to consume no more than 2 tablespoons per day.
4. Tomato sauce, it’s mostly water
Almost in every restaurant, especially fast food restaurants, tomato sauce is always on every visitor’s table. Maybe you are one of them. But do you know that nearly 50 percent of the ingredients are water? Yes, water! While the rest is a tomato concentrate mixed with sugar, flour or corn syrup, and other preservatives. The content of tomatoes in each brand of tomato sauce varies, depending on the quality and price.