Azodicarbonamide Offenders: Subway Isn’t the Only One …

by Karl Utermohlen | February 7, 2014 3:03 pm

Azodicarbonamide is a yellow to orange red crystalline powder that’s toxic and normally used to create foamed plastics. These include yoga mats, shoe soles, floor mats and window gaskets.

Azodicarbonamide[1]This chemical has been highly controversial recently due to the fact that the FDA allows food companies[2] to use it as a flour-bleaching agent and dough conditioner. Subway recently vowed to remove[3] azodicarbonamide from its products following a petition signed by over 68,000 people.

Check out what other food companies use this toxic chemical in their products.

These are just a few of the companies that use the chemical on its products. Find more here[7].

MCD stock is up 0.9% and SBUX stock is up 2.7% Friday. WEN stock is up 2%.

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