Trên thế giới hiện nay, có rất dồi dào thực phẩm bày bán, giá tiền lại rất rẻ và người ta tự hỏi như vậy mình có cần đổ mồ hôi cày xới, tốn thì giờ, tiền bạc để trồng rau, trái tại vườn nhà nữa hay 0?
Bên cạnh những thực phẩm rẻ mà rất bắt mắt đó, thỉnh thoảng chúng ta cũng thấy những món BIO, trông nhỏ, xấu, đắt tiền mà tại sao chúng lại bán đắt thế?
Thưa, đó là công lao dân nhà nông chân chính đấy.
Những thức ăn này không bị xịt thuốc hoá học cho mau lớn, không bị bẻ sớm khi chưa chín, không bị ngâm thuốc cho đổi màu, hay không bị ngâm chất hoá học cho ngọt, cho giữ được lâu.
Chúng ta có quyền mua và tiêu dùng thực phẩm bằng đồng tiền mồ hôi, nước mắt thì chúng ta cũng có quyền biết chúng ta mua gì và ăn gì, tác hại của nó ra sao.
Tôi tìm được vidéo này trên net, gửi quý anh chị coi cho biết.
Nó là một phóng sự cho người Mỹ và Canada, nhưng cũng có thể xảy ra ở bất cứ nơi nào trên thế giới.
Chúng ta không là người bán hàng thì chúng ta không thể biết được nguồn gốc thực phẩm sau khi chúng được vào bao, vào hộp và làm tại đâu hay nhập từ nơi nào.
Rất may là có những người dám nói lên sự thật.
Cám ơn quý vị này và xin cầu chúc cho quý anh chị luôn được khỏe mạnh.
Caroline Thanh Hương
10 Foods Made in China You Must Avoid (Filled with Plastic, Pesticides and Cancer Causing Chemicals)
It has become a well-known fact that much of the food found in America is imported from China. Why would one need to buy food from China when we have so much farmland in America? It all has to do with the price, food from China is cheaper, but it comes at a cost.
Below is a list of 10 foods from China we all should avoid!
1. Tilapia Fish
Wikipedia 80% of tilapia in America comes from China. The fish are bottom feeders and will eat almost anything. With water pollution, the way it is in China, eating anything raised in that water would be unsafe to say the least. Plus, who knows what the fish are being fed. There is, also, one study that states tilapia is less healthy than bacon.
2. Cod Fish
50% of American Cod comes from China. Yet again this is a water pollution and feeding issue. There are few restrictions in China for these types of exports.
3. Apple Juice
About 50% of all apple juice sold in the US comes from China. China has been known to use harmful pesticides on their food. Even pesticides that have been banned by their own government. Making apple juice at home from local organic apples is the best method.
4. Processed Mushrooms
34% of all processed mushrooms come from China. Just as we saw with apples, one does not know what the mushrooms are grown in and exactly how healthy they are. Just to be on the safe side, buy mushrooms local or from trusted American-based or Canadian-based farms.
5. Chinese Garlic
31% of garlic sold in America comes from China. Like with other grown foods, the pesticides involved in the process (mainly methyl bromide) are just not safe and should be avoided. You can find out how to spot Chinese garlic here.
In 2013, the US Department of Agriculture approved the sale of chicken from China in the United States. As with fish (mentioned above) this is a pollution and feeding issue. China is commonly plagued with avian flu and other foodborne illnesses.
7. Plastic Rice
There are reports that China is now sending over rice that isn’t really rice. When cooked, it stays hard. The rice may actually be made of potato and resin. Essentially, plastic rice is on the market, and this may give the GMO grain companies a run for their money.
8. Black Pepper Mud
One vendor in China was caught selling mud as black pepper. Although this seems like a local issue, one must always verify quality.
9. Industrial Salt
Salt produced for industrial purposes is finding its way onto the tables of China. Therefore, any salt from China in America may also contain industrial salt. Consuming this salt may contribute to high blood pressure, hypertension, and the risk of heart attack and stroke.
10. Green Peas
Fake green peas have been found in China. These fake peas were created with snow peas, soy beans, along with green dye and sodium metabisulfite (a chemical that is used as the bleach and as a preservative). This dye is banned from using on produce because it may cause cancer, as well as inhibit the body’s natural ability to absorb calcium. These green peas also didn’t soften when boiled and the water turned an unnatural green color.
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Nina Ruan 😂 Tony as much as I give China shit for their Knock-off skills, this video is moronic and some of these comments are, too. Tilapia isn't a bottom feeder in American waters, apparently 😂 and we don't use pesticides here *ahemMonsantoahem* or none of our American food companies are own by chemical companies 😂 bitch, please.Voir la traduction
Nita Ho What a load of rubbish! Comments above saying everything from China should be avoided and is bad?? Stop using your PCs and Apple Macs/iPhones! They all made in China! Oh and while you're at it, just stop buying any food in supermarkets because you have no idea where they from, stupid businesses can say they come from any country!Voir la traduction
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Si les produits de la Chine sont si mauvais et nocifs, pourquoi l'Amérique est-elle toujours en mesure de le faire passer ? On dirait que nous les américains sont les plus gourmands au lieu de ça. C'est l'offre et la demande.Voir l’original
Nathan Tran Why dont the government ban all import goods from China? Let them bring their poisonous products over and flood the market with it then warn us not to buy them? They wanted the tax money from imports so they let everything come in and then warn the people not to buy, two faced, lolVoir la traduction
Vic Aguilar And what about America?? Oh yea, all us Americans are fuckin victims. Connect American to this problem (if all is true). America and Americans...... I'm embarrassed to be American sometimes. But yea, lets all look at China as an evil and as the bad guy..... Fuckin Americans....Voir la traduction
Wanyi Tong It's so sad to read some of these comments up here. some of the comments are not even relevant to the topic of this post. I have to admit I don't approve all things that are Made in China, but the truth is my life is a bit easier financially because something are Made in China. Please respect, stop judging and jump to conclusions, that's God's job.Voir la traduction
Tony Truong I don't agree or disagree with Chinese products... But if Americans are so afraid to eat imports than Americans should home grown or pay hard working Americans farmers for there products. We should stop diverting our selfish greed to get rich to third world country produces. Well that's my two cents!Voir la traduction
Hamid Sajjad In my knowledge China have strict regulations about anything to USA exports...China always supply on customers demand...Asian demand middle quality so that type of product export....USA demands high quality specified items then China will go strictly according to that.Voir la traduction
Diane Trujillo How about we avoid ALL FOOD FROM CHINA INCLUDING PET FOOD! There is absolutely no reason what so ever to buy produce, seafood, canned goods or pet food from outside of the US! Shop local or you take the risk of illness or even death, as we have seen in the past with contaminated dog food from China.Voir la traduction
Gabriel Sugatan This is called economic warfare. America should stop importing products from China. But America can't...they still need much cheaper products...and China has it all...so they can't stop buying imported products from China. Now America uses propaganda to divert the choices of American consumers.Voir la traduction