What does “natural” really mean?
Organic Voices, a not-for-profit organic foods group, produced this comical online video to point out the difference between “natural” and “unnatural” products. In The Natural Effect, a slick False Advertising executive shares how “natural” labeling works and how easy it is to use this little marketing trick. He says, “Your product may contain growth hormone and antibiotics. Just throw that word natural on there. Maybe add a picture of a barn? By adding natural to your package, you increase purchase intent. And then people think you’re (laughing) just as healthy as organic!”
Check out this funny, yet truly sad and frustrating, parody…
“The False Advertising Industry” reveals the shocking truth about what is allowed in “Natural” food. Only the USDA Organic Seal guarantees your food contains no Genetically Modified Organisms, no toxic pesticides, and no growth hormones or antibiotics. Share the truth with your friends.
Source: Only Organic