Processing dried fish with toxic chemicals
When we are at a supermarket and it’s often the low prices that catch our attention and fill our carts. Even a conscious consumer may look at an ingredient list, but not think beyond that. Knowing the geographic origin of what we eat is increasingly important as our food supply chain becomes progressively globalized.
While we debate issues like GMO’s and their dependance on Roundup here in the United States, we readily import foods from countries where food production is akin to an unregulated Wild West.
Here are 10 foods gnarly examples of “Made in China” foods to keep off your plate:
By Max Fisher
October 28, 2013