Every country has its customs and … a list of banned food ingredients. Yep. Things you can always find on the shelf of your local grocery store might be off limits somewhere else in the world. That’s not just a cultural phenomenon, but a matter of health and safety.
For example, in Europe and Great Britain, selling chicken treated with chlorine has been banned since 1997. Since 2010, chlorinated chicken has also been banned in Russia. Farmed salmon is banned from a list of countries, including Australia and New Zealand. Raw, or unpasteurized milk, is so common in Europe, especially in Austria and Switzerland, you can buy it from a vending machine there. However, it’s been banned in about half of the United States for the past thirty years. So you guys might want to reconsider your list the next time you go shopping.
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Cereal bars 1:07
Farmed salmon 1:38
Soy sauce 2:11
Chewing gum 4:10
Gelatin sweets 4:52
Citrus flavored soda 5:20
Boxed pasta 6:15
Raw milk 6:39
Dairy products 7:08
Instant mashed potatoes 7:40
Artificial food dyes 8:10
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– According to the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, cereal bars contain an excess of “toxic” substances, which can have an adverse effect on children’s livers and kidneys if consumed regularly.
– According to a study published in Science Direct in 2016, 82% of all grown soybeans are genetically modified.
– Quite often, the meat of cattle, pigs, and turkeys is produced with ractopamine. Scientists believe that this meat can be harmful for people and lead to cardiovascular diseases.
– Potato chips containing olestra, a synthetic fat substitute, are banned in Canada and Europe. It doesn’t add fat, calories, or cholesterol.
– An inspection conducted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2014 found that 80% of apples contain diphenylamine. In Europe, DPA is considered to be a harmful substance that may cause cancer.
– The two preservatives many chewing gums contain: BHA and BHT, are banned in Japan and parts of the European Union.
– According to the European commission, gelatin sweets in small cups are extremely dangerous for children because they’re a choking hazard.
– Brominated vegetable oil is the main ingredient in orange colored soda and is a toxic poisonous chemical.
– Certain kinds of boxed pasta, frozen dinners and packaged baked goods contain azodicarbonamide (also known as ADA, E927). It’s banned in Europe and Australia.
– To produce instant mashed potatoes, butylated hydroxyanisole (ВНА or Е320, to make it easier) is often used. The National Institutes of Health conducted several studies and concluded that this preservative is potentially harmful to human health.
– A lot of foods, from cereals and baked goods, to candy and soda, have artificial dyes in them. They do make food look prettier, but they’re produced out of chemicals derived from petroleum.
– Consuming trans fats may lead to metabolism issues, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular diseases. The highest percentage of trans fats are found in margarine.
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