Food in the United States of America is safer in Europe than in Europe, according to a New York Times analysis, which prohibits or diminishes the European Union (EU) by reducing the number of food additives that are still used in the United States. Bread, cookies, soft drinks and processed foods.
The EU also prohibits the use of drugs used in farm animals in the United States, because they have limited crops in Europe and there are also genetically modified foods.
These substances are still used in the United States potassium bromate and azodicarbonamideThey will be added to baked goods, although some restaurants have put pressure on consumers. Potassium bromine is used to make white flour flour to get bread, biscuit, baking or pizza dough.
Another product used in the U.S. only. and not in the EU brominated vegetable oil, which is used in some spicy refreshments and sports drinks. The FDA believes it is safe in limited quantities, but warns that accumulating accumulated in the body suffers from memory loss, skin problems and nerves.
They are on this table Yellow food dyes, Numbers 5 and 6, and red ink 40, related to the loss of attention to children. They can be used in the European Union but must be reported to consumers, unnecessary in the United States, and used in popular ketchup products.
Farms used in farms in the United States cow-growth hormoneDairy products that increase milk production.
The EU also does not allow ractopamine, which in the United States is used to increase the weight of pigs, cows and turbidity. However, the FDA is safe.
"In some cases, food processing companies will reform the food product for sale in Europe," but will continue to sell in the United States with additives, and Lisa Y. Lefferts, Researcher at the Public Interest Science Center, admitted. A food security defense organization.
There is a change in the 1958 legislation in the United States, food, medicines and cosmetics, which prohibits the addition of additions to cancer by the administration, but many problematic substances predict it for that day and are called Delaney change.
However, there are small progress, such as the FDA (food safety agency), which prohibits six aromatization substances that cause animal cancer, as a result of requests and requests made by the Science Center for public interest. and other organizations. Food companies have been taking away these substances for two years.