Its about time to reveal the truth about food impostors that have been living a lie. These food are sneaking into your diet with a false identity. Don’t worry we are to warn you people that these foods are not what they seem to be.
According to our research some unapproved chemicals in honey have been found. More commonly, honey might be watered down with cheaper sugar, corn syrup or other less expensive sweeteners.
Some oils are adulterated with cheaper olive oil or are made from damaged or overripe olive. So more than two-thirds of extra virgin oil may not be what it claims to be.
That 100% cheese might not be everything. Cellulose is often added to grated Parmesan as an anti-clumping agent, but some brands have been found to carry far more than the accepted level of more than 4 percent. Next time you buy a cheese look for a words “Parmigiano-Reggiona, it certifies that it’s real Italian parmesan.
Saffron is expensive because of its laborious methods of harvesting but there is a lot of cheating going on in saffron. Companies and local retailers mix crocus parts with red food dye.