Food adulteration

Strong economic incentive to cheat with processed foods

Companies have high economic incentive to substitute cheaper ingredients in processed foods, often with significant consequences to the consumer.

What can be done to stop food adulteration?

As it turns out, not much.

We’ll say it again: “If it comes in a box, a bag, a bottle, or a can it’s automatically suspect.”

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