Recently I have been thinking a lot about food. I started reading "Salt Sugar and Fat," by Michael Moss about the food industry.
The book is about how they work, how they lie to us, how they purposely create food that satisfies our greed and our primal instincts without a thought to our overall health.
Despite never trusting the label of "Made with REAL FRUIT," it still never occurred to me that could be used as an euphemism for "made with PURE SUGAR "
The food companies removes all the fiber and nutrients from fruit, reduce it down to fructose (which is about as healthy as corn syrup) and then add it to their products while claiming it's "made with real fruit." None of which has any vitamins, minerals or micronutrients found in fruit.
These kinds of strategies were invented by the executives from the tobacco company "Philip Morris."
The company had bought up "Kraft" and "General Foods" in the mid-80s, fired a large number of those in the company, change the recipes, no longer paying attention to the ingredients or health, then used their cigarette marketing strategies to sell process food to children. Once the kids were conquered, they began to lead their parents to those brands. The parents bought it, the company grew and so it went.
Marlborough Man has been telling kids what to eat for decades.