“Healthy” Foods Aren’t Always What They Seem
Great advertising can cause fear in the grocery aisles, where it counts to look for certain claims
Know what you’re really spending money on, is the message Charlotte Rommereim wants consumers to know. For those who spend extra to make sure food is without added chemicals or growth hormones, often labeling can be misleading as many foods already prohibit the additives. Rommereim spoke with KDLT on behalf of South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council and the Hungry for Truth Initiative. She is also a registered dietitian and farmer from Alcester, South Dakota.