I was in a store the other day, and a vendor from the Nu Go Nutrition company was hawking her "nutrition" bars. I looked at the label to see what it was about, and saw that it was made from soy protein, sweetened condensed skim milk (more sugar than anything else), Crisp Rice (meaning rice flour mixed with sugar), Milk chocolate (more sugar than anything else), Corn syrup, etc. The ingredients are all on their website. All in all, it was relatively low in fat, high in protein, but more sugar than anyother ingredient as far as I could tell. (13g in a small bar sized portion) I was wondering how many nutritionists would agree that this sort of thing is good nutrition. The reason I ask is that I was in the store with my wife and mentioned that it didn't seem me to be good nutrition. At that point, the vendor started yelling her pitch very loudly. I wasn't even talking to the vendor when I then said, "you can read the label yourself." The vendor responded by literally yelling "don't listen to him!" and then went on yelling her sales pitch. It was disturbing that a vendor would tell people not listen to somebody who suggests reading the product's label, and then goes on to make claims about it. It was also disturbing that a vendor would behave that way. But if I'm going to complain to the store, I'd like to get a feel for how many nutritionists would call this good nutrition. I don't mind if a store wants to sell junk food, and it's up to people to buy what they want. But when people are literally yelling in my face about how nutritious something is, I'd like to at least know that there's general agreement among nutritionists.