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In the least, either one of these suggestions should be implemented. Consumers with severe peanut allergies must always be informed when a product could be potentially harmful.
Suggested Product Label: Gatorade
PepsiCo has a real problem with their popular sports drink, Gatorade. The name of this product is exceptionally misleading. This beverage does not contain any alligator or alligator byproducts. Additionally, if one were to be in the presence of an injured or otherwise encumbered alligator, this beverage will provide no significant aid to the reptile, as the name implies.
Suggested Warning Label: PowerBar
Powerbar, the popular “energizing” protein-rich consumable, must inform its customers that their product is not capable of powering electrical devices or appliances.
Clients who plug their appliances into the chewy health-food may potentially suffer from damage to personal property, emotional irritation, or rectal swelling.
Suggested Product Enhancements: Toilet Paper
Toilet paper is one of the most common household personal hygiene products in the world. However, a lack of information regarding proper post-use cleaning can lead to embarrassing situations for the consumer. Worse yet, uninformed consumers may be unwittingly spreading diseases such as the common cold, the flu, and gynecomastia.
Also, after the product has run out, the consumer is neither informed of the lack of remaining product, nor provided with a sufficient warning indicating that the continued use of the product could cause anal irritation, as the tube itself is not actually toilet paper, but rather a structural device.