In an Instagram post published this Wednesday, and relayed by Yahoo!

news, 60 million consumers pointed to a product with misleading packaging.

On the packaging of Primrose margarine, it is written in large letters "without palm oil".

But on closer inspection, the experts found that palm oil was indeed present in the list of ingredients.

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“In case of contradiction, do not buy!


“With or without palm oil?

Primevère explains to us that it is a printing error and guarantees that this margarine does not contain it", can we read in the caption of the Instagram post of 60 million consumers, who deplores that the brand "leaves products on the shelves.

"What leave the consumer in confusion", add the specialists.

The association took advantage of this discovery to call on consumers to be cautious.

“Beware of claims and check the composition of foods.

“And to add:” In case of contradiction, do not buy!



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