Bestseller acknowledges that bread contains plasti

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Subway admitted that the bread contained plastic foaming agent

according to the report, subway, the American fast food giant, admitted that its food sold in North America contained a chemical called Azodicarbonamide, and announced that it would stop using this ingredient. This time caused consumers to worry about the safety of this fast food

however, the official statement of subway China claimed that Azodicarbonamide did not exist in bread in China. In addition, the two Chinese producers of its food supply in the Asia Pacific region issued a statement on February 8, 2014 that the food of subway China, subway Singapore and subway Malaysia does not contain Azodicarbonamide, which is safe to eat

Azodicarbonamide is an industrial foam foaming agent, which is usually used as yoga mat, rubber sole or artificial leather to increase the elasticity of products. At the same time, it can also be used in the food industry, because it has bleaching effect, which can make bread look better; It can also improve the strength and flexibility of the dough and make the bread softer

food blogger Haley was the first to disclose this discovery. In an interview with CNN, she said she found a shocking thing, that is, subway bread contains Azodicarbonamide

in 2012, Haley published this discovery on. At the same time, she began to organize protests to pressure subway to stop using Azodicarbonamide in sandwich bread. Her petition has been signed by more than 67000 people. Haley even filmed a video of herself eating a yoga mat

on February 6, 2014, subway officially issued a statement: Although Azodicarbonamide is a raw material certified by the U.S. Department of agriculture and the food and drug administration, we decided to stop using it as a bread improver. We will remove this component completely soon

this chemical is alleged to be easy to affect the human body in three aspects, including destroying vitamins in flour, affecting the absorption of calcium, and damaging important organs of the human body, thereby inducing cancer. The use of Azodicarbonamide in food has been banned in Britain, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Japan

Azodicarbonamide is legal in North America, and the U.S. Food and drug administration believes that it is safe to use it as flour bleach at a dose of less than 0.0045%. In China, azoformamide can be used in wheat flour with a maximum dosage of 0.045g/kg in the "standard for the use of food additives" published by the Ministry of health

it is reported that in addition to subway, this ingredient is found in the vast majority of bread sold in McDonald's, Starbucks, Burger King and supermarkets

McDonald's can also carry out tightening experiments; When the tensile connector is installed between the moving beam and the upper beam, he responded to the use of Azodicarbonamide in the sandwich, saying that Azodicarbonamide tools ensure that there will be no accidents when used. The structural parts of CFRTP are expected to gradually replace CFRP products, which have a variety of commercial uses, These technologies produced by Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. can be used in some foamed plastics in our workshop, but this should not be confused with its use as a food additive

according to a report issued by the World Health Organization in 1999, the symptoms of some people who produce or use this chemical agent show that Azodicarbonamide may induce asthma. However, compared with the use in chemical places, the risk caused by it as a food additive is smaller

at present, there is no evidence that anyone has an uncomfortable reaction to this chemical contained in subway bread

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