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6 food frauds that you probably never knew
 

6 food frauds that you probably never knew

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Before watching a late-night football game, you stop at a roadside stall to buy a trusty hotdog. Chances are, 50% of that hotdog is fake. Food fraud is extremely common, with most products being advertised falsely. Here, we have compiled 6 food frauds that you should know about.
 
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31 Aug 2016 - General
 
Oh my gosh, this is so depressing. Even parmesan and olive oil? I mean, who can you trust now? Should we have chemical labs built at home so we could test stuff we buy before we use them for cooking? Then we have vegetables--next thing we know the so...
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Very informative articles indeed. With beef being replaced by Horsemeat is not new to me though as one of the largest supermarket brand here in UK was talked about by everybody or every consumer un the country following a media report that this parti...
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This is real sad. It is like the day that meatballs were not 100% meat haha! I am sure a lot of burger joints are also repeat offenders with proclaiming 100% beef patty. It is surprising to see extra-virgin olive oil in the list. It was supposedly a ...
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Oh. Very informative. These days we cant really tell if what we bought is really 100% beef, tuna, lamb, olive oil, etc. The only thing that we can do here is to cook the food well. I would like to agree with @Leanna Marie Victoria that cheaper brands...
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Wow now that really is an eye opener right there. Hotdog came to no surprise but horse in place of beef is something else. I never heard of the tuna poser Escoloar so I read up on it. I was thinking, "ok so we are not eating tuna at times. Altho...
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Woah, some of these really came as a surprise. Hotdogs, sure, we may never know what's truly in there... but Parmesan cheese with wood pulp? I'm most disappointed with the part on extra-virgin olive oil, as I usually add it to my salad vinaig...
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