We all breathed a sigh of relief (I know I did) when the food labels started listing ingredients and calories and fat content.  But guess what?  According to the AP, those labels are often misleading.  (For example, I didn't know that low-fat vanilla yogurt has less calories than nonfat (that's because they add sugar to make up for the fat).

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gz2KrD8GsFO4Xqqp-4w3333H5Dug?docId=ea03f8d16b0d4bd59b5f1697544f0ba7

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