As designers, many of us look at packaging with a trained and criticizing eye. We'll often focus on the problems we see with the front of the package as well as the construction of it, talking about the poor design or ridiculous colors, not to mention how overpackaged it is or how dumb the wording is.
But rarely do we flip the package over and scrutinize the backside. Namely, the ingredients label.
Most people don't realize this, but ingredients labeling is intentionally designed to make it difficult for you to read what's inside the food you're eating. We tend to not think about this stuff, but sadly it's true.
Take a look at Fake Label 1