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Vanilla Ice cream - Is it natural flavor?

Vanilla Ice cream – Is it natural flavor?

You might see “Natural flavor” vanilla ice cream on shelf and want to buy. Stop there if you are vegan or vegetarian.

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Silver dragees sprinkles are unsafe to eat - FDA

Silver dragees sprinkles are unsafe to eat – FDA

Silver sparkles are officially known as “silver dragees”. Silver was banned from food items in the year 1906.

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Safe Cosmetics Law

Safe Cosmetics Law

As of now, FDA has no power to evaluate or approve ingredients before they make it into the products you use every day, which is why hazardous ingredients are in our mascaras, foundations & lipsticks.

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Baby teething

Toxic Belladonna in babies teething product

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA announced last Friday that its laboratory analysis found inconsistent amounts of belladonna, a toxic substance, in certain homeopathic teething tablets, sometimes far exceeding the amount claimed on the label.

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FDA Changes Food Nutrition Label Requirements For The First Time In 20 Years Edit

FDA Changes Food Nutrition Label Requirements For The First Time In 20 Years

This is a breaking news for all Americans! FDA has approved a new set of requirements for food and nutrition labels in 20 years !!

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Contamination of common foods

Contamination of common foods

Food contamination refers to the presence in food of harmful chemicals and microorganisms which can cause consumer illness.

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Antibiotic-Laced Meat

Antibiotic-Laced Meat

An FDA report released in February found that 81 percent of the raw ground turkey tested was contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

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FDA Rejects Several Snack Products From India for Contaminants

FDA Rejects Several Snack Products From India for Contaminants

Haldiram’s top list of rejected items :The move comes as global food corporation Nestlé has been subjected to a nationwide ban in India of its Maggi noodles that have allegedly tested for high levels of lead.

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