Why trusting labels are Bad Quality.

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Take for instance the recent Anti-oxidant berries sold at Costco that gives a Buyer the impression of Organic, natural, good for you. However, the problems can still exist although the label disguises as a good quality item. You can wonder, what else frozen, is bad for you.

You cannot just rely on the “anti-oxidant” or “organic” as strong words to give some type of BLANKET STATEMENT that the product has been labeled perfect, when in fact situations can be such that other problems can exist, just like what has recently occurred with Costco’s Berry Product.