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Sham: Rossmann tricking the fruit spread

Price and customers don’t like increases, therefore, many manufacturers save on the content. This comes to the same thing, but not so easy. The consumer advice centre Hamburg and look at them carefully and regularly selects the “sham of the month”.

In a glass of strawberry fruit spread of Rossmann’s own brand Enerbio stuck at the same price, only 300 instead of 340 grams. Instead of the hidden price increase Rossmann emphasizes rather the change in the recipe: “40 percent less sugar” is the name of it on the glass. However, the consumer is cheating, because Rossmann refers to a fictitious point of comparison (a strawberry jam with 54 percent sugar). In comparison to the old recipe, the sugar reduction only accounts for nearly 24 per cent, calculate the consumer advocates. The (hidden) price increase justified Rossmann with higher raw material costs. The sugar was replaced only with water and a gelling agent.

Illustrious series of deceptive

The consumer centre of Hamburg has already denounced many well-known manufacturers as a sham of the month. The chocolate Santa Claus and a grin rabbit by Milka were also included, as are the Pasta Sauce Miracoli or muesli by Dr. Oetker. Milka manufacturer Mondelez criticized the consumer advocates for the abandonment of the 100-gram standard size to 93 a-, 87 -, or 81-gram bars, as well as the decline of some 300-grams-in bulk to 270 or 280 grams.

Once a year, the consumer is Central among five candidates on the sham of the year vote. For the year 2019 of the Spaghetti classics received from Miracoli, the negative award. More cheating is the last few months shows a range of our photo.

++Here you find the cheating of the industry, which until today in the super market shelves,++

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