When it comes to processed foods, you can never be too about how they're made regardless of what is listed on the ingredients list.
Manufacturers will find ways to include unhealthy additives into products to produce larger quantities at a lower cost.
Food fraud is a practice that occurs in almost every processed food, from meat to spices, but companies are extremely good at keeping it under wraps.
More recently, experts are warning consumers about an alarming case of food fraud concerning garlic powder.
Professor Christopher Elliott, director of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen's University Belfast became suspicious of China's rise in garlic sales despite colder temperatures. While digging for the truth, Elliot made some startling discoveries.
Click on the next page to read about Elliot's alarming findings.