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Why We Rate Food-Label Seals & Claims
Claims and seals on food packaging can communicate information about the issues you care about, such as which pesticides are used and how animals raised for food are treated. But claims and seals don’t always mean what consumers think they do. Consumer Reports rates seals and claims to help you understand the meaning behind them and so you know which ones to trust.
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