From Road Salt to Pink Goo, What’s In the Food?

The Intellihub
By Shepard Ambellas
March 9, 2012

In the modern-day world in which we live you never really know to what extent the corrupt globalists will go to profiteer from adding deadly poisons, toxins, drugs, and chemicals to our food and water supply.

Not only do we have to pay attention as consumers to fluoride levels in our drinking water, now we must watch for a whole slew of toxic and gruesome additives in the foods we eat.

Take this recent Huffington Post excerpt for example, in which they mention how road salt has been sold to food producers to be inserted into the food;

WARSAW, Poland — Polish health authorities have ordered the withdrawal from the market of more than 230,000 kilograms (500,000 pounds) of pickles, bread and other food suspected of containing industrial salt, the latest development in a scandal raising fears about food safety.

Revelations that industrial salt was sold to food producers has prompted authorities to open a criminal investigation and arrest five people. More than 600 tests have also been carried out on food samples. The industrial salt was intended for deicing roads in winter.

Poland is a major regional food exporter, and officials fear the issue will hurt its reputation in a sector key to an economy that has grown fast in recent years. With much of its territory devoted to agriculture, Poland produces everything from apples and beets to eggs and meat that gets sold to Germany and other neighboring countries.

Laboratory tests so far have found that the amounts of dioxins and heavy metals in the salt are minimal and unlikely to harm human health. Nonetheless, the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate ordered the withdrawal of suspect food as a precaution, its spokesman, Jan Bondar, said Friday.

The foods include vegetables that are preserved in salts, likes pickles and sauerkraut and beets, but also sausages and breads and other baked goods.

And if that is not enough, have you heard of the pink slime?

Pink slime is the small cartilage and fatty trimmings next to the bone on the animal caucus that was once only used in dog food.

The trimmings and goo are then ran through a boiler, processor, and then sprayed with ammonia before being added to hamburgers in your local supermarket.

This pink slime is actually labeled as ‘meat’ by the USDA due to it’s pink color.

Former undersecretary to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Joann Smith,  was the one who got the pink goo approved, earning over 1.2 million dollars in pay during her time with the USDA.

This nasty pink goo is now used in 70% of ground beef in the super markets, here is an ABC News clip:

And if that is not enough, Coke and Pepsi are now under fire in California for using cancerous chemicals in their caramel coloring (which was tested on rats) and are now willing to alter the original recipes.

The BBC reports;

Coca-Cola and Pepsi are changing the recipes for their drinks to avoid being legally obliged to put a cancer warning label on the bottle.

The new recipe for caramel coloring in the drinks has less 4-methylimidazole (4-MEI) – a chemical which California has added to its list of carcinogens.

The change to the recipe has already been introduced in California but will be rolled out across the US.

Coca-Cola says there is no health risk to justify the change.

The list goes on. More and more products are being laced with toxins.

There is even drinking water at the grocery store for toddlers (with a picture of a baby on the label) containing ‘added fluoride’.

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A Fox News report covers Pink Slime as well;