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Dietary Deception: 6 Products The Food Industry Lies About

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With all of the e.coli warningsand fake food scandals that plague the news these days, it's only natural that Americans are beginning to question the food system here in the United States. The folks over at Cracked penned a piece on some of the most distrubing lies we're being told by the food industry. And it ain't pretty.

From "plumping" chickens with beef and pork waste to being sold pink-dyed salmon that's never swam an inch upstream, here's a gallery of the most disturbing realities within the food industry.