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16 Dishonest Food Products That Didn't Come As Advertised

Trust-issues fuel.

1. Here's an unforgivable ice cream scam.

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2. This pizza is topped with pepperoni and dishonesty.

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3. A jerk packaged this jerky.

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4. This disappointing doughnut is not what's pictured on the package.

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5. This box of cereal is advertising 8g of protein in big lettering, but that's only when you add a proper amount of milk.

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6. This steak and cheese wrap is mostly just tortilla.

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7. This brand-new case of protein is hardly half full.

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8. This box is designed to make it look full, but it really only holds a smaller portion of chocolates.

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9. This strap of candy is just sad.

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10. This is a waste of plastic and a shortage of hot dogs.

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11. KEEP JUNK MAIL OUT OF FORTUNE COOKIES.

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12. Here's a tasteless tactic used to sell spices.

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13. This shareable bag of chips weighs the same as the regular-sized one.

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14. These cookies are just profoundly disappointing.

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15. This is a (sliver of cheese)burger.

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16. And here's a cashew package that rises up in the middle to make it appear full. LIES.

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