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FDA to Allow Unlabeled Use of Aspartame in Dairy Products!

Great, poison in the milk without listing in the ingredients. Not only do they make whole milk almost impossible to get, they're making what we can get, poison. This also includes other daily products.

Read this shocker and act. A link on site is also provided to tell the FDA,"Hell NO"

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FDA to Allow Unlabeled Use of Aspartame in Dairy Products

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Natural Health Information Articles and Health Newsletter by Dr. Joseph Mercola

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) have filed a petition with the FDA1 requesting the agency “amend the standard of identity” for milk and 17 other dairy products.

If the amendment goes through, that would mean anytime you see the word “milk” on the label, it could include aspartame, sucralose, or any other dangerous artificial sweetener, but you could never be quite sure, since there will be no mention of it — not by listing the artificial sweetener used, nor with a no- or low-calorie type label, which is a tip-off that the product might contain a non-nutritive sweetener.

The FDA is currently accepting public comments on this petition. You have until May 21st, 2013 to submit your comments, and I urge you to do so right away. You can submit your comments electronically or via regular mail.
FDA to Allow Unlabeled Use of Aspartame in Dairy Products

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