Organic Protein Powder Fda Approved

Organic Protein Powder Fda Approved

Organic Protein Powder Fda Approved | The Weirdest Things the FDA Allows in Our Food!

What are some of the weirdest things the FDA allows in our food?! You guys know that the FDA allows insects to get in our food right? Or how about rat hairs?! Find out about all the strangest things that’s allowed in our food in this video!

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In no particular order, here are the weirdest things the FDA allows in our food!

10 – Mac and Cheese
As far as comfort food goes, Mac n’ Cheese is a pretty solid staple. Whether it’s a fancy truffle mac and cheese from some high end restaurant or the boxed version college students eat, it’s something most of us enjoy eating, guilty pleasure or not. Yep, it’s not the healthiest thing in the world. But do you guys know what the Food and Drug Administration allows in the mac and cheese that comes in a box?! The FDA allows for a certain amount of quote, “Natural Contaminants” in certain foods. Since it’s physically impossible to remove all naturally contaminants in bulk food, the FDA has determined the right amount of certain contaminants in food! According to their own handbook, The FDA deems it reasonable to allow up to 225 insect fragments per 225 grams of noodles in mac and cheese. However, it’s worth noting that that number doesn’t represent an average of any kind. In fact, that allowance is more on the extreme end of feasibility. And as is the case with every item on this list, insects are considered a naturally occurring contaminant. Since it’s virtually impossible to remove every single naturally occurring defect in food while it’s being harvested, random things end up in our food whether we like it or not. Chances are, your Mac n’ Cheese doesn’t have any insect fragments in it, but if you eat enough of it over time……yeah, we’ve all had a little bit of insect in our diet! What are some of the weirdest things that you guys have actually FOUND in your food?! Let us know in the comment section! And do us a quick favor and hit this thumbs up button right here!

9 – Frozen Asparagus
Asparagus in a can just seems wrong on a certain level. We don’t want to go as far as saying it’s a sin against nature. Instead, we’ll just marvel at the fact that beetle eggs can end up in a can of asparagus! When Asparagus is grown, it attracts the common asparagus beetle. Naturally, some beetles are going to be hatching eggs during the growth process. That’s just going to be the cost of trying to get your daily serving of veggies in a can. But don’t worry, The FDA says it’s fine. The only damage that could occur is psychological. As The FDA explains it, “10% by count of spears or pieces that are infested with 6 or more attached asparagus beetle eggs is an acceptable thing. Or in other words, eating a few beetle eggs here and there while eating asparagus out of a can is just a fact of life!

8 – Ground Cinnamon
If you ever look into someone’s kitchen spice cabinet, you’re probably going to find cinnamon most of the time. Well, someone that’s not in college anyways. Well, maybe there ARE a lot of college students with cinnamon in their cabinets because of the popularity of the cinnamon challenge. Anyways, what exactly is allowed in a bottle of cinnamon? We should probably come to terms with the fact that the FDA allows for some insect parts to be included with our ground cinnamon. Legs, wings, heads, and anything else on the insect’s body. The insects just get tossed into the mix and get ground up. As long as the insect parts don’t exceed 400 parts per 100 grams. That’s the amount that won’t harm your health if you’re unlucky enough to inhale insect particles. But that’s extra protein that you’re getting, so maybe that’s a lucky thing depending on the way you look at it?

7 – Canned Greens
When we were kids, we were always told to eat our vegetables. That’s basically all we heard growing up right?! Of course now as adults, we see the logic in this. Well…..most of us anyways. But as kids, eating vegetables was the worst. Back then, if we actually had gotten our parents to check out The FDA Defect Handbook, we might have been able to counter our parent’s veggie demands with the handbook! For example, an average of 10 percent or more of leaves, by count or weight, showing mildew over a 1/2-inch in diameter is deemed permissible.


7 Replies to “Organic Protein Powder Fda Approved”

  1. Insects in my food doesn't bother me much – I gather, grow, catch and hunt most of the food that goes in my mouth and even doing things myself it's tough to avoid – it's the other contaminants that bother me; the fecal matter from humans, toxic chemicals, nasty pathogens, etc, etc.

  2. While visiting a her son in florida a teacher at my high school bought an inexpensive stuffing mix. After cooking the mix and taking a bite she noticed some critter in the food. Turns out it was a bird that had flew into the processing facility that was eating the mix when it got added to the mix. A lawsuit ensued, the company apologised and cleaned the entire processing plant.

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