CONCORD, Massachusetts (KTRK) -- A bakery in Concord, Massachusetts isn't feeling the love from the Food and Drug Administration.
For 20 years, Nashoba Brook Bakery has been putting the word love on the list of ingredients for its granola packages.
In a recently issued report, the FDA told them to keep love out of it. The report said love is not a common or usual name of an ingredient.
The owners say that the idea they can't use the word love on an ingredient label feels like the government is getting a little too involved.
The owners say they are complying with the FDA's orders. And they say even though love isn't listed on the ingredients they still bake it into everything.
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Small bakery feels no love from the FDA over labeling