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How many labels are there that violate common sense

on the label of Master Kang's drinking mineral water in plastic bottles, there is a line that makes experts laugh: Master Kang's mineral water contains free mineral elements such as potassium and magnesium, which can supplement human needs and keep the body healthy and energetic. (daily economy)

what is free state? The current junior high school chemistry textbooks have a clear definition, which means that potassium needs to actively understand the simple substance, namely potassium metal. All middle school students know that free potassium can never exist in the horizontal placement of water. It is extremely unstable and can react violently with water. It belongs to dangerous goods in the chemical laboratory and is usually stored in kerosene and paraffin to strictly isolate air and water. Artificially adding free potassium to the water will not only not supplement the needs of the human body as the label says, but also keep the body healthy and energetic. In serious cases, combustion will occur, and the alkali generated by chemical reaction is also harmful to the human body

then, why did Master Kang make such a low-level mistake? Master Kang's explanation is: the free state on Master Kang's label refers to ions, because consumers are afraid that it can't be understood by writing as ions

it's no wonder that some experts will ridicule him for being so unreasonable and changing concepts. Because if consumers don't understand ions, the free state will feel less and more sensitive

once the relevant departments seriously investigate, Master Kang, who is not cautious, will fall into a dilemma: if the label is true, adding free potassium into the water is a dangerous goods, and will be ordered to stop production and sale, or even destroy the products. If the words are used incorrectly and the expression is improper, according to the regulations on product identification and marking, it belongs to the problem of inconsistency between product identification and product composition. Consumers have the right to ask for return of goods, and can claim compensation for losses caused

even if the relevant departments are kind and do not investigate, will consumers dare to buy its products in the face of such a careless manufacturer? Even the description of the label can be a strange mistake. Can the production process of the product itself be standardized? You know, Master Kang drinking mineral water is food, not something to play with casually. Once the product quality has problems, it will endanger life safety. Who dares to joke about his life

Master Kang is not the only one who makes people laugh. As drinking water, Nestle Youhuo also has a thoughtful reminder on the label, saying that the moisture content of adult human body is about 50% to 60% of body weight. Common sense is that water accounts for about 60% to 70% of human body weight. Another food giant, the unified mineral drinking water and personal hygiene products industry, is continuing to look for diversified advanced material solutions. Potassium, calcium and zinc are all called trace elements in the label. In fact, in human nutrition, only zinc is called trace element, while potassium and calcium are necessary major elements or macro elements for human body

this naturally reminds people of a joke. The owner of a rice shop, hearing the new term of nanotechnology for the first time, felt extremely fresh. In order to attract customers, he declared everywhere that the rice he operated was not ordinary rice, but nanotechnology

Master Kang's mineral water claims to contain free state, which is similar to what the rice store owner calls rice nano

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