I wondered what this was going to be based on. It says:
That sounds fair enough to me. Food labelling is a can of worms. There is law in this area but it's being ignored. If the body that's supposed to regulate that is effectively choosing not to, or to do little more than make gestures, then it would seem like time to take it to the courts.Mr Barrett's case against Big Food is that companies are misrepresenting their products, promoting them as "natural" or "healthy", when in fact, he says, they are no such thing.
His mission is to make them stick to the letter of existing laws which, he says, regulators have been too weak to enforce. He says that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which oversees food safety in the US, has merely been writing warning letters, which he thinks will not be enough.