Read food labels carefully or you could go home with something you don't want.
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to "product labeling," which is different from "ingredient labeling." One side of the package is designed to catch the consumer's eye with catchy claims. The other side contains nutritional and health information.For example, do not think that "no salt added" means no salt. The product may be naturally salty and no salt was added to the already salty product.