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If you have questions about nitrates and their role in the food supply, read on to get the truth about nitrates.
Did you know that some seeds are genetically altered in a laboratory before being planted? These seeds are called genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and they grow into genetically modified (GM) foods.
You have probably heard about pesticides, but may have questions about their safety in our food supply. Read on to learn about pesticides, why they are used and their safety.
Some preservatives come from natural sources like salt, sugar, vinegar and citrus juice. Other preservatives are human-made or synthetic.
Sulphites are substances that are naturally found in some foods. They are also used as an additive.
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