Doof: most fruit yogurt and chocolates are misnamed
I don’t like doof. I don’t like how its manufacturers try to make it resemble food, especially for kids, like in the first example.
Look at the ingredients for what they call “banana” yogurt. Banana is the third ingredient. Sugar is the second. Shouldn’t it be called “sugar” yogurt then? Most would-be fruit yogurts contain more sugar than fruit. I suggest we call them all sugar yogurt.
Here are other examples:
I could find many other examples.
Likewise, this store near me calls itself a chocolate store.
While its products contain chocolate, they contain more fat and sugar. Shouldn’t they call themselves a sugar and fat store?
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