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Friday, March 17, 2006 

Opinion: Ensure is primarily sugar water, marketed with misleading statements that deceive consumers


Opinion: Ensure is primarily sugar water, marketed with misleading statements that deceive consumers
When I'm out shopping for groceries, I see lots of people purchasing bottles of Ensure. Typically they are older people, and they are buying it by the cartload, it seems. The front label of the product says 'Complete, balanced nutrition to help stay healthy, active and energetic.' And a large label claims...

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