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The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as sugar-free

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If B is true, then one can argue that the labeling of foods made with artificial sweetener as "sugar-free" is important because diabetic patients depend on this labeling.

Thus, B can potentially challenge the conclusion and is the correct answer.
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Another B.
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New post 04 Apr 2007, 13:47
I vote for B!
It's the only reasonable choice that explains why removing a sugar-free lable will not be a good idea.
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New post 04 Apr 2007, 16:32
A) improves; D) is irrelevant; B), C), and E) weaken and B) is the best.
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New post 04 Apr 2007, 19:10
The OA is B...but whats wrong with E??
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