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AKSARBENT only recently became aware of how sleazy a company Unilever is when it looked at a box of the company's Lipton "Soup Secrets" noodle soup.
To hide the alarming amount of sodium with which Unilever laces its Lipton soup, the company outrageously abuses the nutrition "Serving Size" label — a common trick among unscrupulous companies, but one which Unilever has taken to new heights of deception among busy shoppers who may not notice how ridiculously small the company's "serving size" for the product is: just two tablespoons!
That's only 1/8 of an 8 oz. bowl of soup. A full eight-ounce bowl would contain FIVE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SIXTY milligrams of sodium, in a product marketed to children (see box).
Disgusting. Lipton, evidently, is the new Nestle.