A friend was recently shopping online for a bread machine when she came upon this description. There are so many issues with this information.
- “More healthier” is not correct. It should just be “Healthier.” Healthier already says it is more healthy than not healthy.
- “More evenly heated” does not need the “More” capitalized. There is a comma–not a period–after the incorrect “healthier,” so the next word (unless it is a proper noun) should not be capitalized.
- “the bread tastes better and more fragrant” makes me wonder how you can taste “fragrant.” To be completely correct, this line should have said: “the bread tastes better, and is more fragrant.” Note what would be the Oxford comma as well after “better.”
The one thing going for them is that everything is at least spelled correctly.