What is FoodIdentityTheft.com?

FoodIdentityTheft.com alerts consumers about misleading food and beverage packaging and deceptive advertising.  Because we all have the right to know what’s in the products we buy, it tells the truth about food ingredients and package labels so that we can make informed decisions.

This website is powered by Citizens for Health, a non-profit education and advocacy organization that provides unbiased information to almost 130,000 American consumers.

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About Citizens for Health

Since 1993, Citizens for Health has been the non-profit voice of the natural health consumer. Through its websites and monthly newsletter it provides important news to nearly 130,000 consumers to help them make informed choices about the products and services they purchase for themselves and their families.

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Citizens for Health Petitions FDA to Require Accurate High Fructose Corn Syrup Labeling

Citizens for Health is petitioning the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to require food makers using HFCS to accurately label the percent of fructose in the ingredient.  Currently, the FDA has only approved use of HFCS with a maximum fructose level of 55%, but it has been reported that HFCS with 65% fructose is turning up in mainstream sodas.  One major company is even advertising a 90% fructose HFCS product for use in low calorie foods.  These sweeteners with excessive amounts of fructose are not FDA approved.  The CFH petition asks that the FDA require Proof of Safety in accordance with the food and drug law if these they are to remain on the market.

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Food Identity Theft Issues

Consumers Petition Food Makers

Blueberry Deception

Tomato Sauce Scam

Hidden MSG