Disclosure Policy for Product Reviews
The Federal Trade Commission requires that we disclose any relationship we have between a product manufacturer and service provider when we write about a product or service.
Here are the guidelines we operate under at Ginsburg Enterprises Incorporated (“GEI”) a.k.a. Mr. Food Test Kitchen, which owns MrFood.com and EverydayDiabeticRecipes.com. The websites are managed and operated through a partnership with Prime Publishing, LLC.
Our newsletters, websites, and radio are advertising supported; we do not charge a fee for our newsletter community or for access to our site. This website accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions and/or other forms of compensation. While the compensation received should not influence the content, topics or posts made in our newsletters, website, or radio program, there is always the potential it could influence the advertising content, topics or posts made on those channels. Every effort is made to make sure that content, advertising space and/or posts are identified as paid or sponsored content when we receive any form of compensation.
The owner(s) of this website is at times compensated to provide opinions on products, services, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this website might receive compensation for our articles and posts or advertisements, we always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this website are purely the websites' own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.
We don't return the products after we test or review them. Extra products are typically given away to our readers via ‘Giveaways’ we promote on our site and in our newsletters.
If we create a link to a product in a review, we may get paid a commission if you purchase the product or service. If the link takes you to our site, we are not typically getting paid. If a link goes to another site that has a purchase or lead generation option on the initial landing page, there may be compensation for that link. We try to disclose when we are getting paid through language such as ‘advertisement’ or ‘paid advertisement’ or ‘sponsor link’ in the review.
These are good rules and practices in today's digital world. It's important for you as a consumer to understand the relationship between a person reviewing the product and the manufacturer or service provider. If you don't see a disclosure policy as part of a review of a product, that reviewer may be violating the law or at the very least the Code of Ethics.
Revised: August 2016