Food Safety

4 Toxic Food Additives Banned in California

Four common food additives, considered to allegedly be toxic, are now illegal to be manufactured or sold in the state.

Social Media Influencers Paid to Advertize Aspartame, Sugar to Children

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently said non-sugar sweeteners are ineffective for weight loss and "possibly carcinogenic."

Popular Sweetener Aspartame ‘Possibly Carcinogenic to Humans’

Popular non-sugar sweetener has been classified as "possibly carcinogenic to humans" due to "limited evidence."

California ‘Skittles’ Bill Aims to Ban Five Harmful Food Additives Liked to Cancer and Hormone Disruption

The ban targets common ingredients in candies and processed foods, including red dye No. 3, titanium dioxide, brominated vegetable oil, potassium bromate, and Propylparaben.

Malaria Found in United States After Two Decades

The CDC expects the number of infections to increase with summer travel.

WHO to Expand Digital COVID-19 ID System, Raising Concerns about Privacy and Personal Freedoms

This computerized framework serves as the "first building block" of the WHO Global Digital Health Certification Network (GDHCN).

Italian Bakery Uses Cricket Powder in Bread

Cricket powder apparently increases protein content.

Evidence Emerges That NATO Gearing Up for a Full-Scale War Against Russia

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Military Committee chairman Admiral Rob Bauer of the Netherlands indicated that NATO is now prepared for direct war against Russia.

European Union Approves Cricket Powder in Flour-Based Foods Despite Allergy Concerns

Despite left-wing news outlets' "conspiracy" allegations.

At Least 2,600 Government Officials Trade Stocks in Conflict of Interest Deals

Department of Defense officials trade stock from Chinese companies, EPA officials hold oil and gas shares, and almost 2,000 federal employees trade stock with Big Tech groups.

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