That's exactly what I've said.
For instance, the paper from Tinku says that Argentina produces 135 million tons of cereals, and then immediately projects this number on human consumption.
But this is incorrect, since more than half of this output is made of soya, corn and other low quality products designed to feed cattles. So basically, either the editor is incredibly stupid, or either he's deliberately making propaganda by mixing two different kind of datas: The numbers are correct, but not sufficient if do not know how to interpret them. So it's a lie.
If you have no notion of modern agronomy, then the best is often to stay cautious.