Your chance to name and shame food companies that claim their products are better choices than they really are.
“No refined sugar,” the cereal box boasted. But it turned out unrefined sugar was the second biggest ingredient in this cereal. That’s what we call bad taste marketing.
Food manufacturers use all manner of claims to convince us their products are better choices than they really are. Our annual Bad Taste Food Awards highlight products that really take the cake.
Help us call them out.
Whether it’s a snack bar claiming “no added sugar” but packed with other sweeteners or “wholegrain” noodles doused in salt, we want to hear which products you think deserve to be named and shamed.
Get your nominations to us by 31 October 2020 using the form below, email us or send a video to email@example.com.