synthetic sweetner in organic foods and drinks...

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  1. SparklingJewel profile image74
    SparklingJewelposted 8 years ago


    Aspartame's new name and the little known new nanotech product that drugs your tongue, unlabeled!

    Never drink diet soda.  The new product unlabled is Senomyx which will only be labeled as an artificial flavor or flavor enhancer is created by drug technologies and nano technologies.  It has been given the label of GRAS (generally recognized as safe), so it won't be labeled like Aspartame (AminoSweet).  By receiving the GRAS status given to them by their very own trade association, Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association (FEMA) they are not required to submit to any rigorous FDA testing on this drug that "fools" the tongue so that you perceive that you are eating sugar, but you are not.

    Senomyx is made of such small scale materials that it can fit under the 5% organic standards rule.
    Kraft foods who owns organic companies saw to it a few years ago that Congress would change a court ruling that supported only natural ingredients in the organic certified processed products.

    Now because of Kraft lobbyist "synthetic" ingredients are allowed in certified organic processed foods under the 5% rule.  Kraft is krafty...I bet they plan on a line of dietetic organic food and drinks that will not have to be labeled because it is under 5%.

    For everyone who wants to keep up on how they slip aspartame into our foods, drugs, vaccines (yes, vaccines), OTC meds (especially child products), aspartame has a new name of AminoSweet.  Since aspartame has gotten such a bad name (as it should), Ajinomoto has renamed this toxic chemical sweetener.   Start double checking your labels. … HI6KO0.htm … aminosweet

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    lyricsingrayposted 8 years ago

    Just so you are aware  they will snip your links

    against rules to start a thread with links

    hopefully they wont notice smile

  3. relache profile image84
    relacheposted 8 years ago

    I wouldn't buy anything labeled "organic" from Kraft, or any other large-scale, multi-product manufacturer.  They aren't local and they aren't green businesses.

    To me, organic is what I buy at my local farmer's market.

  4. SparklingJewel profile image74
    SparklingJewelposted 8 years ago

    i fixed the opening that right?

    here is another link to more information about sweetners, etc...

    it is such a sham for these corporations to be doing these underhanded things to the population in cohoots with the government agencies that are suppose to be protecting the population..hmm … -name.aspx

  5. MikeNV profile image78
    MikeNVposted 8 years ago

    Most organic companies are now just brands of larger corporate food companies.

    Have you seen Food, Inc?

    Do you know about the Donald Rumsfeld Aspartame Scandal?

    Did you know that Organic Dairy can consume 20% conventional feed?

    Have you read about the Monsanto Genetic Engineered Soy Bean?

    Do you know what rapeseed is and how it plays into the Canoloa Oil scam?  The marketing ploy now is to call it "healty omega 3 oil".

    The fraud for money just goes on and on.

    Over and over.  Profit over people.

    If you want to eat healthy you have one real choice.  Grow your own food.  If you can get the seeds.

    And avoid eating out of cans, bottles, or packages.  Try and eat products as close to the source as possible.

    Technology is allowing a lot of horrific things to be put into our food supply and hidden.


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