In the article, “ Are Warning Labels on Unhealthy Foods a Good Idea?” ( (McGraw Hill) I learned that since the 1980 the obesity rates have doubled in at least 73 countries, this is due to the high consumption of processed food, this food contains high levels of sugar, salt, or fat. The way food is packaged has a big influence on what customers buy. And currently a lot of that packaging encourages people to buy food that contributes to diet related diseases, and causes many damages to a lot of people’s health. Nutrition-related claims and marketing messages for example, that something is “all natural” or “organic” are often placed on products that don’t deliver the nutrition and healthfulness they seem to promise. These claims make people think that a product is beneficial to a healthy diet, when in reality, it might be something that should be consumed infrequently or not at all.
I think that selling this type of product does not no benefit people, they cause damage to their health. Lying to people just to sell their products is not a right thing to do because people’s health is more important than their products. The health of populations is more important to anything else.