Fuel in Your Food?

Hexane, a byproduct of refined oil into gasoline, is used for oil extraction in the comercial production of cooking oils

Food purists often fuss about the inadequacies of USDA’s organic food standards, how pitifully watered down they are from the lofty principles that built the organic movement. They have a point. After all, the USDA’s National Organic Program was created to deal with the big agribusinesses determined to exploit the lucrative organic market. But for all the complaints about federal organic standards, the non-certified alternatives — with some foods especially — can be downright scary.

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Just looking for better ways to live a frugal, healthy life. View all posts by Kris Fassa

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