USDA Certified Organic's Dirty Little Secret: Neotame. By Barbara H.
Peterson Farm Wars Just when we thought that buying “Organic” was safe, we run headlong into the deliberate poisoning of our organic food supply by the FDA in collusion with none other than the folks who brought us Aspartame. NutraSweet, a former Monsanto asset, has developed a new and improved version of this neurotoxin called Neotame. Neotame has similar structure to aspartame — except that, from it’s structure, appears to be even more toxic than aspartame. But surely, this product would be labeled! The food labeling requirements required for aspartame have now been dropped for Neotame, and no one is clear why this was allowed to happen.
Let me make this perfectly clear. But that’s not all. “Sweetos is an economical substitute for molasses. Why would we feed animals food that is so distasteful that we would have to mask the unpleasantness with an artificial sweetener? But of course, Monsanto is no longer associated with NutraSweet. So what is the solution to this problem?
Organic Food - What It Means And The List Of Artificial Ingredients Allowed. Given an aggressive public relations campaign designed to obscure facts about the organic food industry, we are clarifying what an 'organic' label means and does not mean.
To be certified 'organic' a producer needs to prepare documentation (fill out forms) testifying they obey the guidelines below and pay a fee. There is no 'on the spot' checking of farms to insure compliance. Organic regulations restrict and in some cases ban additives like preservatives, artificial sweeteners, colorings and flavorings, and monosodium glutamate (MSG). 95% of the food must obey those guidelines. Not 100%, 95% . § 205.105 in the USDA guidelines reads: To be sold or labeled as “100 percent organic,” “organic,” or “made with organic (specified ingredients or food group(s)),” the product must be produced and handled without the use of:
Sweet stuff. Counterfeit foods. Pharmaceuticals. Vaccines. 10 Worst Food Companies that are Poisoning You Daily and Lying About It. By Jake Anderson Much of the mainstream American food supply is laden with unhealthy additives, artificial flavorings, coloring, dyes, preservatives, hormones, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and toxins.
Not everyone agrees that GMOs have been proven harmful to humans, which is why the food chains listed here were selected specifically because they are responsible for a wide variety of health violations—the GMOs and their concealment from public knowledge are included for informational purposes. As with all things, I urge you to read with your head on a swivel, adjusting your worldview based on new information. #1: ConAgra Foods ConAgra—whose brands include Hunt’s, Healthy Choice, Marie Callender’s, Orville Redenbacher, Slim Jim, Reddi-wip, Egg Beaters, Hebrew National, P.
In 2003, it was revealed that for two years, ConAgra had been poisoning Americans with E.coli-tainted beef, which the USDA was complicit in covering up. #2: General Mills.
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