Pantone 448 C, the “world’s ugliest color” according to research, is used by many European countries on their tobacco products to dissuade people from smoking.

Google has a comprehensive timeline of everything you do with their products, called “My Activity”, including websites you visited with Chrome, YouTube Videos, Music and apps you use on your Android.

The US Food and Drug Administration endorses the use of animal tests on cosmetics to “assure the safety of a product or ingredient.” American women use an average of 12 personal care products per day.

In 2015, a host of big food brands, led by Nestlé, vowed to use only natural flavors in products marketed in the U.S., just as a shortage of natural vanilla was emerging.

Scientists can deduce someone’s lifestyle –grooming products they use, food they eat and medications they take– from chemicals found on the surface of their mobile phone.

In Poole, ‘Pound World’ went out of business because of a store across the road called ’99p Stores’, which was selling the same products but for just 1 pence cheaper! Read More.