Why I Have Trust Issues: Deceptive Food Packaging

Why do people have trust issues? Because some packaging designs are so deceptive, even Satan himself couldn’t have made them more evil. Scroll down to see a compilation of corporate greed that will make your blood boil with anger!

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10 thoughts on “Why I Have Trust Issues: Deceptive Food Packaging”

  1. Apparently they are not expecting repeat customers. Unless the paucity of choices is such that these are good by comparison.

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  2. Ahh! Some are only now finding out how everything in our neo-liberal rules based order is a scam! The rich pay extra for the full package (or the full pepperoni coverage)!

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  3. I would like to appreciate the Krakowski Kredens chocolate ;) Kraków is known in Poland as a place where misers live. The chocolate is exactly as expected ;) We call citizens of Kraków “the cents” ;) Best greetings from Warsaw, the CURRENT Capitol City ;) hahahah

  4. Matthew 7:1
    Had you understood my post, you would have noticed that I judged no one. I criticised the sin and not the sinner. Your reaction makes no sense, like much of what passes for discourse in our sick world.

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  5. John 8:11
    How is deception in advertising ” Neo-liberal rule based order”. I understand just fine, and my reaction makes perfect sense. When I call you uppity I’m just criticizing your sin not you.

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  6. I feel like a few of these are manufacturing errors as opposed to actually misleading packaging, but it’s still amusing.

  7. This post is a great way to say “BUYER BEWARE”, commenters’ religious sanctimony excepted.

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