Fake Foods- Regular Reporter

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The fake foods are the most popular among many families today, because the people have been eating the without knowing and they are one of the main reasons for many health issues, such as the liver cancer.

In fact, fake foods mainly rely on what the food retailers say about them. Because of the such popular fake foods, the food industry is producing in full speed.

When it comes to the food you can’t always be sure what is on the label. In the past years we have been witnessing many food scams in the industry, such as the epidemic of honey fraud.

Fake Foods- Regular Reporter
Fake foods

The fake foods are easily sold because of the easy misleading of the consumers. Whether it’s cutting a pure product with cheap ingredients or completely replicating the taste and texture with something different, manufacturers will do anything to save a buck.

Here are some of the foods you’re eating that most likely aren’t what they say they are according to Cheat Sheet.

Bacon Bits

Fake Foods- Regular Reporter

From the name, the bacon bits should contain meat. Yeah right. They are in fact vegan, because the consistency of meat inside them is zero percent.

The actual composition is mainly from soy flour and a bunch of artificial additives and chemicals that mimic the taste of bacon. However, they are sold daily in large quantity and people are buying them believing they are made from meat.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Fake Foods- Regular Reporter
Extra virgin olive oil

The extra virgin olive oil is one of the most common fake foods. Known as one of the healthiest oils because of the healthy fats, this olive oil is a must in every salad for most people.

However, the extra virgin olive oil you buy from the grocery store is in fact diluted with cheap peanut and soybean oil, which can be dangerous to people with peanut allergies.

Maple Syrup

Fake Foods- Regular Reporter
Maple syrup

American pancakes without pancake syrup? That doesn’t seem right. The maple syrup, especially well know in North America has been on every table in the morning.

However, before buying this product make sure you read the label carefully. If the label doesn’t state 100% pure maple syrup, then it doesn’t have the nutritious value of the stuff that comes from maple trees.

In fact this syrup has been causing urine disease by some people, so be careful with this one.


Fake Foods- Regular Reporter

Want to try the taste of real wasabi? Make sure you have $100 for one pound of the little green blob for your sushi.

In fact, many restaurants in USA experiment with mustard, horseradish, and green food coloring to create their wasabi-like substance. So 99 percent of the time you order wasabi, you get a fake one.