We usually get the Freshetta frozen cheese pizza and put on lots of spinach, onion, and sometimes red pepper. I wanted a change, so I bought the Digiorno 4 cheese pizza.
It's really good (with the stuff I add). I decided to look closely at the stats on the front of the box. Many products now have across the bottom Calories, Fat, sodium, etc. Well, this said a serving is 1/4 of the pizza. But it said "5 g sat fat".
At first I thought to myself "This can't be right.......1/2 of the pizza would only have 10 g of fat (which is what DH and I would eat each). Then I looked at the back of the box and it said "Total fat 13 g" per 1/4 pizza. Hmmmm......then I realized that they were only advertising on the front of the box, the amount of saturated fat. I think most people would look at that and think that's the total fat in 1/4 of the pizza.
Anyhow.....my point is, it's no doubt a legal way to try to mislead the consumer as to the amount of fat in it. So.......when DH and I each eat half, we're getting a total of 26 g of fat. (But it was really good......)