5 Foods Allowed In The US Which Are Banned Elsewhere


Dad to two boys living in rural farm country.

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7 Responses

  1. Lisa says:

    Wow, I know that we are told over and over again to look at labels and to eat more non-processed foods. This really shows the reasons why. Thanks for sharing. It will be still a long hard battle to get some of these items out of our foods. I think that some progress is being made, but still a long road.

  2. Carli says:

    Yikes! That stuff is scary! I remember a few months ago my husband showing me the oil one. Thank goodness we don’t eat any of that stuff…that we know of!

  3. Terra says:

    We’re working really hard to keep these out of our foods, but they are everywhere! So frustrating.

  4. Ugh it is so frustrating. Really irks me that Kraft mac and cheese uses dye in OUR food but not in other country’s.

  5. This is great information to have!

  6. I really do wish they’d do away with artificial food colors, there’s no good use for them IMO.

  7. Adelien says:

    I think my country should be much worse than the USA. Animal innards are traditional food. Thank you for sharing.

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