How A Chemical Used In Rubber Found Its Way Into 500 Food Products

A new report identifies hundreds of foods that use the additive azodicarbonamide

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  • How a Chemical Used in Rubber Found Its Way Into 500 Food Products
    Environmental Working Group, the nonprofit that released the report, is trying to persuade food manufacturers to stop using azodicarbonamide, or ADA, which acts as a kind of baking powder in the making of rubber, plastics, and ceramics, making them lighter ...
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