The Food Standards Agency has agreed that food labels are misleading after the Consumers' Association challenged it to expose bad practice. A report from the Consumers' Association criticises sketchy ingredients lists and inaccurate descriptions on products from some of the big manufacturers. Offenders include McVitie's, with Butter Puffs which contain no butter, only wheat flour and vegetable oil, and Golden Wonder which misses out salt on the ingredients list of its prawn cocktail flavour crisps. Tetley is criticised for misleading health claims in its "good for the heart" marketing. Country of origin, GM, allergen and low fat labelling was also confusing, the report said. An FSA spokeswoman said the agency was pushing for change and would publish an action plan in the summer. {{NEWS }}