Industry Standards and Antifreeze in your Ice Cream?

Answered on October 25, 2010
Created October 24, 2010 at 4:10 AM

According to this link: http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/2010/10/antifreeze-in-your-ice-cream.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheHealthyHomeEconomist+(The+Healthy+Home+Economist) they can add antifreeze and piperonyl and other crap to your food and then not list it in the ingredients, as long as the not listed ingredients are considered 'industry standard' for that food. If true, that means that even if the ingredient listing looks good, there could be all kinds of crap in there that is not listed. THe only way to know what might be in there is to know the industry standard for all the kinds of food you buy. Anyone else know anything about this? I didn't find any other references to it on a google so am not sure about the correctness of this statement.



on October 24, 2010
at 10:14 AM

Kevin Trudeau is a con man, but I really hope this isn't true.



on October 24, 2010
at 05:31 AM

That is really disgusting (if true) :-O I remember that guy who writes the books on things like this Kevin Trudeau said that they do not disclose most of what is in our food

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on October 25, 2010
at 12:20 PM

OK, looks like this may have been true up until 1993 at which time they made new laws against it: http://www.enotalone.com/article/8068.html

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