The idiom 'don't judge a book by its cover' may be a banal remark nowadays, but not to be underestimated. CitySeen received an e-mail yesterday with photos of a product sold in Taiwan. The first photo (pictured) is of its purple package, and on it is a graphic of what seems to be a certain kind of women's product. Okay, let's not beat around the bush - it looks exactly like a sanitary napkin. The product, called 'Sophie Soft-Cotton Experience', has two slogans printed on the side: 'Never-seen-before cleanliness' and 'A magical super-soft cotton layer'. Just as we were wondering if the e-mail was a joke by some sicko, the second picture reveals just what is inside the package - something soft and fluffy wrapped in a transparent plastic bag. What really got us scratching our heads is that it appeared to come with nutritional details: 'Calories: 325Kcal; carbohydrates 76.5g; and protein 4.2g'. That's right - it's actually food, marshmallow to be exact, which is made to look like what we thought it was originally. The colour additive is called 'blush red'. The snack - which has another official name, 'sanitary cotton candy' - is made in Belgium. CitySeen apologises in advance if anyone reads this while they are eating.