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Why prefer “99% fat free” to “1% fat”?
In my experience I tend to find low-fat products labelled as "99% fat free" much more often than the equivalent "1% fat".* Why is this so? To me it seems counter-intuitive, because it reminds me of ...
Jun 28 '13 at 2:03
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