You will never pick up that Pomegranate or any other juice off the shelf after seeing this.

Did you know, the labeling on your food products may not necessarily be correct. It is more of an art rather than an actual fact check.Listen to John Oliver open a can of worms on what all can be done and how misleading food labels can be.

 

John Oliver on misleading food lables

 

The case discussed was Pom Wonderful vs Coca Cola, where Pom claimed that Coca cola’s labeling of product called Pomegranate Blueberry Flavored Blend of Five Juices misleading as  it contains only 0.3 percent pomegranate juice and 0.2 percent blueberry juice. While Coca Cola accused Pom of misleading public about health benefits of Pomegranate. Believe it or not, both companies feel that misleading public is part of their first amendment rights ….

Also..WE DO NOT encourage you to do what he said at the end 🙂