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Monday, November 28, 2011

MSNBC: A second chance for faulty food? FDA calls it 'reconditioning'

This headline is giving me a lot of food for thought for sure and I can't say it is really very appetizing either.

A certain amount of bug parts in food is allowed and chocolate ice cream may just be a hodge-podge of failed flavors? What else are we consuming which consists of ingredients we are not aware and is made no mention of on the labels?

Oh yes, you can definitely say we got more for our money then we bargained for and that insect parts are high in protein, or that it indicates the products are all organic. It simply doesn't agree with me, especially not when it comes to having a square meal.

It actually makes me wonder what the FDA is supposed to do. I am aware of the fact that you can not require a one hundred percent clean food product, but to allow deceiving the consumer, or call it reconditioning if you so desire, seems to me like being a few fries short of a Happy Meal.

You are better off not reading the article; it will only have you worry about what really is on your plate. Sometimes, ignorance is bliss.

Enjoy your meal!



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