"Paleo" granola makes health and protein claims

The package for a "paleo" (grain-free) granola implies that it can treat health conditions such as inflammation, insomnia and problem skin, and characterizes the protein content as at least a good source...


Food products cannot be labeled/advertised as treating or curing a health condition; only tested/approved drugs can do that. Meanwhile, the 4 grams of protein are insufficient for any  claims (such as "provides protein") about protein content, other than simple, factual statements of the number of grams. Additionally, the Nutrition Facts panel neglects to state the common measure (in cups or portions thereof) of the product per serving (the weight is not enough). 


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