Many people think that the brighter some cheese is, the more fat it contains and the better its taste is. But natural cheese is always white or yellowish. Bright yellow color is only achieved by adding coloring. In the majority of cases, this is a harmless color additive made of annatto tree seeds but bright color is still not a criterion for choosing good cheese.
The bright color of salmon can be achieved by using a chemical coloring. Another example is ketchup and other sauces. Even though we are always attracted to bright jars, it’s better to choose sauces of natural colors. It means that they were made from natural components.
6. Don’t be lazy, look around for the goods you need.
In order to sell more expensive goods and get more profit, retailers put them on the most noticeable shelves — at the level of a buyer’s eyes, in the middle part of the display case. These products are recognizable because of advertising, but it doesn’t mean that they are made of quality ingredients.
In order to minimize loss because of expired goods, shop workers move the goods that are going to expire soon closer to the edge of the display case. The conclusion is easy: don’t be lazy. Reach for the back of the shelves in order to buy fresher and better quality goods.