Refers to honey that has been adulterated with sugars or other substances to imitate real honey, often sold as a counterfeit product.
Maple syrup that is not pure and may contain added sweeteners or artificial flavors, deceiving consumers looking for authentic maple syrup.
Refers to meat substitutes made from plant-based ingredients, designed to mimic the taste and texture of real meat.
Olive oil that has been mixed with cheaper oils or additives, misleading consumers who seek pure olive oil.
Cheeses falsely labeled as Parmesan, which may not meet the strict standards of genuine Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
Saffron that is not genuine or pure, often adulterated with other substances to increase weight and volume.
Imitation wasabi made from horseradish and food coloring, often served in place of true wasabi.
Products claiming to contain truffles or truffle flavor that may not actually include real truffles, but artificial flavorings.
Products that mimic the taste of vanilla using synthetic flavorings rather than real vanilla beans.
Fake caviar made from alternative ingredients like fish roe or additives, sold as a substitute for genuine caviar.
Coffee beans that are mixed with fillers or lower-quality beans to increase volume while deceiving coffee enthusiasts.