Opinion: Farmers should oppose misleading food claims

12/25/2007 | PA Farm News

Food manufacturers have expressed concern over "absence labeling" -- the practice of indicating substances not in the product as opposed to listing actual ingredients on a label -- which is becoming common among some marketers, Pennsylvania Farm Bureau President Carl T. Shaffer writes. Shaffer urges farmers, lawmakers, the media and the public to take action against misleading and inaccurate claims about food and farm practices.

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