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U.S. Foods banned in other countries are a result of the FDA’s corrupt actions. Profit and bottom lines are the focus and it is costing us all in the long run. Other countries around the world are correct in banning many American products or forcing them into natural alternatives in order to sell them in their stores. No population anywhere in the world should have to sift through poisonous products in search of safe and natural sustenance.

U.S. Foods Banned in Other Countries

Arsenic-Laced Chicken

U.S. Foods Banned in Other Countries Arsenic Laced Chicken

The European Union has never approved using arsenic in animal feed; US environmental groups have sued the FDA to remove them.

Banned by The European Union

Dairy Products Containing rBGH

U.S. Foods Banned in other countries rBGH Dairy

In 1999, the United Nations Safety Agency ruled unanimously not to endorse rBGH milk, resulting in an international ban on US milk.

Banned by Australia, New Zealand, Israel, The European Union and Canada

Preservatives BHA and BHT

U.S. Foods Banned in other countries Products that Contain BHT-and-BHA-

The National Toxicology Program’s 2011 Report on Carcinogens says BHA may trigger allergic reactions and hyperactivity and is reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen.

Banned by Japan and in parts of The European Union

Flame Retardant Drinks

U.S. Foods Banned in other countries Flame Retardant Drinks

BVO bio-accumulates in human tissue and breast milk; animal studies report reproductive and behavioral problems. Bromine alters the central nervous and endocrine systems and promotes iodine deficiency, causing skin rashes, acne, loss of appetite, fatigue and cardiac arrhythmia.

Banned by Europe and Japan

Ractopoamine-Tainted Meat

ractopamine-meat

About 45 percent of US pigs, 30 percent of cattle and an unknown percentage of turkeys are plumped with the asthma drug ractopamine before slaughter. Up to 20 percent of ractopamine is still there when you buy it.

Banned by Mainland China, Republic of China (Taiwan), Russia and 160 countries across Europe

Genetically Engineered Papaya

Papaya

Most Hawaiian papaya is genetically engineered to be ringspot virus-resistant.

Banned by The European Union

Olestra/Olean

Olean Products

Olestra, or Olean, created by Procter & Gamble, is a calorie- and cholesterol-free fat substitute in fat-free snacks like chips and french fries. Three years ago, Time Magazine named it one of the worst 50 inventions ever.

Banned by The UK and Canada

Bread Containing Potassium Bromate

Bread Containing Potassium Bromate

Bread, hamburger and hotdog buns are “enriched” with potassium bromate, or bromide, linked to kidney and nervous system damage, thyroid problems, gastrointestinal discomfort and cancer.

Banned by Canada, China and The European Union

Processed Foods and Artificial Food Dyes

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In countries where these food dyes are banned, companies like Kraft employ natural colorants like paprika extract and beetroot.

Banned by Norway and Austria.

Britain advised companies against using food dyes by the end of 2009. The European Union requires a warning notice on most foods containing dyes.

Farm-Raised Salmon

U.S. Foods Banned in Other CountriesWild Salmon (Left) Farm-Raised Salmon (Right)

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Avoid “Atlantic Salmon.” Look for “Alaskan” or “sockeye,” which is illegal to farm and has very high astaxanthin concentrations.

Banned by Australia and New Zealand

There are various health risks, observed in labs, that may come about from ingesting the above products. People are aware and make better choices everyday. Stake your claim by choosing the products you prefer.

How and where do you get your fresh and natural products? Share in the comments below and help out fellow humans that are looking to make a change in their own lives.

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