U.S. Food Has Hazardous Chemical


supermarketA new report from the Environmental Working Group has found that more than 500 different foods in U.S. grocery stores contain the potentially dangerous industrial plastics chemical azodicarbonamide (ADA).

The chemical, which is approved by the FDA for use in food, is a flour bleaching and oxidizing agent used in dough. However, the World Health Organization says that there is “abundant evidence that azodicarbonamide can induce asthma, other respiratory symptoms, and skin sensitization” for people who use it. It is banned in food in Australia, as well as some countries in Europe. Read more at NBC News.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. And many people are worried because the FDA hasn’t approved the use of standardized herbs!!!!!!!!!! Who in the world would trust a typical negligent government agency!!!!!!!!