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What Food Labels Actually Tell Us: How to be an Informed Eater

So you want to avoid processed foods, fillers, sugars, and artificial ingredients…but where do you start? Most grocery items are accompanied by a barrage of wholesome-sounding phrases and images. But here’s the good news: once you know what to focus on, you can look past the marketing claims and gain an informed understanding of what “good” food actually is. Join us to learn the art of label reading and smart shopping — not only will you be able to improve your daily and long-term health by eating better, you’ll save money, too! Presented by Lisa Howard, the Cultured Cook

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