Rachel Ray Nutrish Super customers feel deceived due to ingredients

Customers feel scammed as they’re under the impression that ground corn is used when they’re, in fact, using corn gluten. They do however like its pricing.

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Brand

Average grade: 4,13 / 5
Occurrence rate: 10%
The sentiment has been increasing massively in 2020. Correlating topics are “tried” and “different”.

Price

Average grade: 4,48 / 5
Occurrence rate: 10%
The sentiment increased quite substantially in 2020. Correlating topics are “great” and “good”.



Corn

Average grade: 2,42 / 5
Occurrence rate: 3%
The sentiment has been increasing since 2018. Correlating topics are “gluten” and “ground”.

Ingredients

Average grade: 4,09 / 5
Occurrence rate: 6%
The sentiment has been increasing since 2018. Correlating topics are “good” and “I like”.

Caption of the topic “corn” from the dashboard of this analysis.

The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. All texts analyzed in this article are collected from public online data published on Amazon.

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