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More clearly listed ingredient labels on processed products


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Rosie Warfield

Often hard to tell if an item is vegan, gluten free, etc if ingredients are not listed

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Merged with: More info on how to use less common items such as local greesn

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It would be considerate to have more information in the blurbs for Mylk products on your website


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Merged with: Product info on website

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This would help to find vegan products where it's not obvious, especially in categories like pantry, breads, and snacks. Or at least something in the product descriptions noting that no animal products were used in production.


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for your dressings, sauces, yogurt, etc. it would be informative if the customers could visualize the ingredients. For example, how many calories are in the tablespoon of dressing, sugar content, etc. Similar with the kombucha, how many calories, sugar content. When I shop at the market, I'll generally look at the nutritional label. Some dressings, kombucha are loaded with sugar, yikes! By posting the label for these products, customers may be more likely to purchase.


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Merged with: Nutrition info

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Nutrition and please add ingredients, like onion, eggs, garlic, etc. for those of us who are allergic.


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I tend to avoid high sodium, or products that contain lots of sugar. For example, kombucha tends to have quite a bit of sugar.


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Status changed to: Coming soon...

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I cannot eat garlic, onion so need labels before I buy vinaigrettes, etc.