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Food companies can’t seem to help themselves. It must be so-o-o tempting to stretch the truth…even just a tad. So what if consumers are misled? The clues are (almost always) there, if people study the fine print or the ingredients list. Corporate lawyers don’t get paid for nothing. Here’s a sampling of labels that use clever tricks and marketing ploys to make foods sound healthier than they are.