Reading food labels can be a rewarding activity. As well as providing endless entertainment (I love being warned that there are nuts in my nuts), they are a fountain of useful information. Ingredient list. Calorie count. Use by date. Yes, plenty of data there, even if you need a magnifying glass to decipher the most interesting bits.
Some things, though, are never mentioned on the label. Felicity Lawrence investigates the invisible, unpleasant parts of our food supply.
Not On The Label is an angry, shocking book that could change your eating habits forever.