7 Foods Made in China You Must Avoid (Filled with Plastic and Cancer Causing Chemicals)!
Nowadays, more and more people are becoming aware of the fact that
many of the foods we consume daily have been imported from China.
Yet, this makes me wonder: why would we import when we have so much
farmland? It must be the cheap prices that are the reason why we consume
harmful imported food instead of using our own ones!
These are the most dangerous foods imported in China we consume daily:
China is well known to use dangerous pesticides in the production of
foods, including banned pesticides. Also, nearly 50% of all apple juice
sold in the United States is imported from China.
The Chinese often use salt produced for industrial purposes as table
salt, so there are high chances that we often consume industrial salt as
well, which can lead to high stroke and heart attack risk, high blood
pressure, and hypertension.
Half of the American Cod is imported from China, and you have
probably already heard about the water pollution and feeding issue with
this fish in China.
China often has issues with avian flu and other food borne illnesses,
and in 2013, the US Department of Agriculture approved the sale of
Chinese chicken in America. However, research has also shown that the
chicken there are fed and kept in disastrous conditions.
31% of the garlic we use is imported from China, and Chinese use tons
of harmful pesticides in the production of these foods, especially
Furthermore, 80% of the tilapia sold in the United States is also
Chinese. The tilapia fish is a bottom feeder, meaning that I consume all
it can find. Yet, if we consider the water pollution, we can state that
the consumption of anything raised in that water would be not just
unsafe, but extremely dangerous. 7. Plastic Rice
It has also been reported that China also produces fake, plastic
rice. This rice is made of resin and potatoes and stays hard when
We believe that these facts above surely made you think that it is
always better to stay on the safe side and buy and consume local,
The video below also provides more information on fake foods produced in China
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