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Food Manufacturers are Fraudulently Diluting High-Quality Food with Inferior - Sometimes DANGEROUS - Quality Junk
ZeroHedge, George Washington, 04/02/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Some of the Fake Ingredients Added to Food May be DANGEROUS

In a predictable trend, food manufacturers are fraudulently diluting high-quality food with inferior quality items.

As ABC News reports:

A new scientific examination by the non-profit food fraud detectives the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP), discovered rising numbers of fake ingredients in products from olive oil to spices to fruit juice.

"Food products are not always what they purport to be," Markus Lipp, senior director for Food Standards for the independent lab in Maryland, told ABC News.

In a new database to be released Wednesday, and obtained exclusively by ABC News today, USP warns consumers, the FDA and manufacturers that the amount of food fraud they found is up by 60 percent this year.

In addition, 70% of all ground beef  was found to contain "pink slime".

Butchers use "meat glue" to create "bigger" cuts of beef, chicken, lamb and fish, even though it leads to much higher levels of food poisoning:

British hamburgers were found to contain horse meat and pork ... and it could happen in the U.S. as well.

Indeed, modern red meat is arguably not really meat at all.

And selling genetically modified food without labeling them as such is arguably food fraud as well, since a large majority of Americans  want genetically modified foods to be labeled, genetically engineered foods have been linked to obesity, cancer, liver failure, infertility and all sorts of other diseases (brief videos here and here), and the Food and Drug Administration doesn't even test the safety of such foods.

Bad Policy Made Food Fraud Predictable

This trend was predictable because food manufacturers have been trying to hide food inflation in various ways.

The inflation in food prices, in turn, has been caused by quantitative easing - printed in an attempt to hide bank fraud - and the use of the printed money for wild speculation by the big banks has driven up food and related commodity prices.

And - instead of fighting for safer food - the Department of Justice and FDA often target whistleblowers and do everything they can to cover up wrongdoing. The Department of Agriculture is no better.  And the Feds are treating people who expose abuse in factory farms as potential errorists ... and the states want the same power.

Widespread food fraud is the predictable result.

2 commentaires:

  1. Et oui, ils vont diluer, diluer... et adapter les législations au fur et à mesure pour que ça passe.

    Ca jouera son rôle de cache-misère, et comme cela sera fait progressivement, les gens ne piperont rien. Le poulet à l'eau, le steack aux tendons, la pizza aux matières grasses, la tomate remplie d'air... et je suis gentil, car je manque d'imagination.

    J'espère que vous regardez déjà les ingrédients quand vous faites vos courses. Certains articles à bas prix font déjà peur.

  2. Beaucoup ne le remarquent pas, mais en tant que fin gourmet et cuisinier amateur qui sélectionne ses produits, je le vois clairement chez les commerçants, mais bien plus dans les restaurants...

    Je parle pas des grandes surfaces, car je ne saurais faire la différence entre un produit merdique d'il y a 10 ans avec un produit merdique d'aujourd'hui.

    Mais quand je vois les saloperies de chez Sodebo que tous les jeunes achètent...


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