Today’s Solutions: September 25, 2021

The number of different labels that are slapped onto products at the grocery store can make it extremely confusing to understand what each label means. For example, does a “Certified Humane” sticker actually mean the products were created in a humane manner, or is it simply advertising fluff? This shopper’s guide will help you get a clear understanding of the confusing labels on meat, dairy, and eggs.

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