Ok, perhaps “evil” is too strong, but using design techniques to intentionally mislead the consumer really pisses me off. I bought this for lunch a week or so ago. It’s clearly individually wrapped for a single person with “150 calories” in large type. A closer look (closer than I gave it at the cash register) shows a much smaller “per serving” under that – in itself misleading since it doesn’t say how many servings it is – for that you have to look above the “150 calories” to see that this is 2 servings! Bastards!
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