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FOOD PRODUCTS MADE IN CHINA

Guillermo D. Jalil, M.S.,

How Does Chinese Food Production and Distribution Impact US Consumers and Florida Residents?

  • In the United States, most canned mandarin orange products are manufactured in China.  That means the mandarin oranges you placed on your salad, from the salad bar, are likely grown and canned in China. 

  • Many of the small apple juice containers packaged for children, that look like small cubes and include tiny straws, and sold throughout the United States, are manufactured in China.  You would hope that with the orange groves in Florida and California, that the USA could at least make its own canned oranges.  For health and commercial reasons, please insist that your grocery store carry canned orange products made in the USA.  Of course, we all prefer oranges grown in Florida.

  • L-cysteine, an amino acid derived from human hair is harvested in China.  Human hair, from all parts of the body, is used to source this protein.  This amino acid is used to boost protein levels in bread sold in the United States.  Please look at the ingredients.  If it lists L-cysteine, you're eating bread laced with an amino acid that comes from human hair--from China.  The hair is gathered from the floors of barbershops and hair salons in China, and the morgue.  Duck feathers are also used to produce this amino acid.

    • Go to your local grocery store and check out the list of ingredients. 

    • Do a search of the ingredients of your local fast food restaurant (hot apple pies, buns, cinnamon rolls, etc.)

     

  • Years ago, visiting a Chinese food buffet meant that the food was grown or canned in the United States, and then prepared to taste, and served.  Now, many of those ingredients such as mushrooms, baby corn, and water chestnuts are actually grown and canned in China, and shipped to the United States.  Turn the can and pay attention to where it was manufactured.  Although the canned product was distributed from a company in New Jersey or New York, the product likely came from China.  Do you know what you're eating?  The healthiest sources of Asian products originate from  the USA, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and India. 

    • Cuba's cancer rate is increasing dramatically.  This is due to the large scale purchasing of inexpensive staple products from China.  The Chinese food products shipped to Cuba contain high levels of beryllium, lead, mercury and many industrial substances that may contribute to the onset of cancer.  Twenty-five percent of China's farmland is polluted from industrial dumping and runoff.  Since the environmental pollution is pervasive in China, and food products are grown in poisonous soil, China is effectively exporting their pollution to other countries.  As a result, the human waste excreted also contains these contaminants and end up in the soil and water.  Finally, the human body, containing these contaminants, is buried or cremated. 

Comments

  • Armed with targeted reporting within an industry, entrepreneurs are presented with the opportunity to advanced their agricultural and business interests.  Industrial intelligence is a key source of opportunity and exposure.  A competitor's cost cutting measures in sourcing from polluted supply chains translates to opportunity for organic food production.

  • The rise of Chinese mercantilism, combined with the realities of modern food production, present real opportunities for American farmers and organic food distributors.

  • Threats to your personal security sometimes pale in comparison to what you bring into your own home.  There are times that our own purchases and consumption cause the problems we seek to avoid. What we purchase and eat may be cancer on an installment plan.  Encouraging a consumer's awareness of these issues brings opportunity for distributors of high quality and safe products.
     

SEE:

China’s food production characterized by corruption, health-threatening practices

http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/dr20120822-china-s-food-production-characterized-by-corruption-healththreatening-practices

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