I am talking in this case about the sliced meat you eat on bread. In the local shop, only the super-expensive, high-garlic "Italian" meat is sugar-free. The rest contains both sugar AND at least one kind of syrup. The ingredient list is on the back side, so if you see, for example, roasted chicken meat, you would not think that it would contain anything else than roasted chicken.
"Roasted chicken"? That's not food, that's industry-processed human-feed, exactly the problem debated here. Your super-expensive meat isn't meat either, since it's "high-garlic". If you want chicken, you buy chicken. Just chicken. You can buy whole chickens, or just breasts, or whatever, but not processed. If you want it roasted, you roast it, if you want salt, you add salt. Of course, that takes time, a kitchen, and some minimal cooking competence. Cooking should be a school subject, and no processed foods allowed.
"Organic" is supposed to protect you against that chicken having eaten processed foods (made out of the carcasses of other chickens, for example) and having been exposed to excessive levels of antibiotics and hormones and pesticides. Now segue into a discussion of "excessive" vs. "non-zero" . . .