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

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The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as â€œsugar-free,â€
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04 Apr 2007, 11:03
[quote="vineetgupta"]The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as â€œsugar-free,â€
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04 Apr 2007, 13:58
vineetgupta,

E is incorrect because of the term "equally accurate interpretations." Sugar-free does not equate to "low-calorie", therefore E can't be right.

Choice D fixes this problem by incorporating the "correct but ... predictably ... misinterpreted."
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04 Apr 2007, 19:28
Hi nervousgmat...the argument says
1) The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as "sugar-free"
2) Many consumers...interpret the label â€œsugar-freeâ€
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04 Apr 2007, 20:14
[quote="vineetgupta"]Hi nervousgmat...the argument says
1) The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as "sugar-free"
2) Many consumers...interpret the label â€œsugar-freeâ€
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04 Apr 2007, 20:39
[quote="nervousgmat"][quote="vineetgupta"]Hi nervousgmat...the argument says
1) The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as "sugar-free"
2) Many consumers...interpret the label â€œsugar-freeâ€
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04 Apr 2007, 21:21
yeah...I think the word 'accurate' is the key.
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05 Apr 2007, 11:31
I will also go with D. What is the OA ?
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08 Apr 2007, 07:53
[quote="vineetgupta"]The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as â€œsugar-free,â€
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08 Apr 2007, 10:04
Product labels that are literally correct but will predictably [ Manufacturers are well aware of this tendency] be misinterpreted by some buyers of the product to their own harm [harm themselves by building weight-loss ] should be prohibited by law.

D it is
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08 Apr 2007, 19:34
(D) Product labels that are literally correct (sugar free) but will predictably be misinterpreted (low in calories) by some buyers of the product to their own [u]harm (building weight-loss diets around foods labeled â€œsugar-freeâ€
08 Apr 2007, 19:34
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