Why is fake food not being addressed?Watch
So could you give some examples please?
And if you do have some concerns you can always contact trading standards or the Food Standards Agency who regulate the food industry.
a.) It makes people money and...
b.) People who make money can influence media and politics with their money.
Anything that says 'Flavoured' does have to contain that thing in it.
You could also use some of the more recent revelations about meat packing factories in the UK changing dates and repackaging returned stock as evidence of 'fake food' in that it is not what is stated on the label.
The reason why this stuff is important is quite simple really; the integrity of distribution networks. If there is a public health crisis linked to some food but the source and path that food took through the distribution system cannot be trusted then how do you work out where the problem is?
Horse meat in beef,fake rice, sawdust in tea or spices, lower quality substitutes, dog food in human food.
Again - care to give some examples? Horse meat was dealt with a few years ago and continues to bubble up in some quarters.