It looks to me that many products are in violation to the FDA's Guidance for Front of Package Symbols. Write the FDA fraud section. And the National Honey Board...I am sure those guys will be looking out for your interest.
"Front-of-package symbols that are viewed as explicit or implied nutrient content claims are subject to the requirements of 21 CFR 101.13 and Subpart D of Part 101. For example, a front-of-package symbol that states or implies that a food is a good source of calcium would need to meet the minimum nutrient content level for calcium in the RACC of the food in question (21 CFR 101.54 (c), 101.65 (c) and (d))."
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