This be madness, and there is not method in't.
But is this even close to the biggest offender in the named after a non-ingredient food category? While you can certainly add pork to your ground meat, I would anticipate hamburger is a contender for the most volume of consumption for something with a mislabeling. And yes, insert Benn footnote/aside about knowing that it is named after Hamburg steaks, but perhaps we can do better on this one too. Hamburger with beef, but not ham, is like making a carrot cake from broccoli -- sure it is a vegetable, but not the one you just named.
"Tea Cake" in my parts of town is made partially with western teas (to be hip with western culture).
So this is news to me, in Australia/NZ coffee cake does usually contain coffee? https://edmondscooking.co.nz/recipes/cakes/pat-jacques-coffee-cake/
Good article and get the point. But it is called coffee cake because it is supposed to be eaten with coffee. Try the french coffee cake with sour cream and streusel, one of the best cakes ever to have with coffee. Madeira cake is supposed to be eaten while sipping madeira