As food companies struggle to prop up their profits in an increasingly competitive marketplace, many are turning to deceptive food labeling to distinguish their products. And they’re doing it by playing upon food safety fears and misconceptions. This includes claims like: Gluten-free water! (which could never contain gluten in the first place). GMO-free tomatoes! (all tomatoes currently available for consumption are already GMO-free). No high-fructose corn syrup peanut butter! (true for all brands). GMO-free milk! (all milk is inherently GMO-free). Nowhere is this fear-based labeling more rampant than with GMOs. Companies like TruMoo milk, which says that GMOs are safe on its website, while at the same time touting the absence of GMOs in its chocolate milk through on-product labels and fear-based commercials targeting parents and children. Or like Hunt’s canned tomatoes and Florida’s Natural orange juice, both of which prominently feature GMO-free labels, despite the fact that there are no GMO tomatoes or oranges on the market. To further illustrate these confusing claims, we teamed up with Emmy award winning Funny Or Die to create this short video.