Several companies, including Coca-Cola Company and Nutella, may have misled customers about the nutrition of their products, according to a report by the Children’s Food Campaign (CFC) and the British Heart Foundation. In one case, the CFC, a group aiming to improve kids’ knowledge about food, accused the Coca-Cola Company of making false claims about its product Vitamin water. According to the product’s website, the drinks contain a mix of spring water and fruit juice, but tests found that only three out of eight varieties contain juice. The company acknowledged the error on its website and removed the inaccurate information.
MISLEADING NUTRITION CLAIMS