Big Dairy Is Putting Microscopic Pieces of Metal in Your Food | Mother Jones |

According to the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies PEN—a joint venture of Virginia Tech and the Wilson Center—there are more than 1,600 nanotechnology-based consumer products on the market today. If SmartSilver Anti-Odor Nanotechnology Underwear sounds like a rather intimate application for this novel technology, consider that the PEN database lists 96 food items currently on US grocery shelves that contain unlabeled nano ingredients. Examples include Dannon Greek Plain Yogurt, Silk Original Soy Milk, Rice Dream Rice Drink, Hershey’s Bliss Dark Chocolate, and Kraft’s iconic American Cheese Singles, all of which now contain nano-size titanium dioxide.

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2 thoughts on “Big Dairy Is Putting Microscopic Pieces of Metal in Your Food | Mother Jones |

  1. Jewels June 1, 2014 at 8:56 pm Reply

    Yikes! So glad I only buy local and organic dairy.

    • Pressing Refresh June 1, 2014 at 9:25 pm Reply

      Good for you! I try, but sometimes cave in to cravings. I love cheese slices on burgers! 😦

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