The last "honest" company I know of was Innocent Drinks, and they were bought out by Coca cola.......It's a sad state of affairs when the new normal becomes misrepresentation, window dressing and, in some cases, deliberate deception. It's a sadder state of affairs when perception changes to accept that as a proper way to depict products and conveniently shift all blame away from product makers.
In fairness, its increasingly becoming the new normal. It's difficult to buy anything anymore without playing dodgeball in a room full of smoke and mirrors. Product makers, reviewers, "influencers", journalists (if there is a such thing anymore)... Finding a "reliable" source is a real chore. It's a good bet anyone teaching ethics will never run out of material to cover.