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Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection Service warns people about dangerous American Food Additive



It has already led to one death.



26.Nov.14 4:51 PM
By Elena Tkachenko
Photo rzn.info

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Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection Service warns people about dangerous American Food Additive
Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection Service recommends citizens to refuse buying food additive that was imported from the United States. Such warning appeared after consumption this additive has already resulted in one death.

In accordance with official information provided by the Service Solgar ABC Dophilus Powder food additive has already been taken from circulation in the United States. The main reason for such withdrawal was death that resulted in consumption of this product last month. Experts made several researches and tests. They discovered that product contains dangerous fungus called Rhizopus Oryzae. This fungus leads to mucormycosis. This disease can be fatal in some occasions.

Representatives of Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection Service also said that this food additive is widely spread not only in the United States, but also in Great Britain and Israel. Moreover this product is available in numerous online shops all over the world. That is why Russian consumers also have access to this additive.

Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection Service recommends not buying this product. This also includes online shops. Such statement has recently appeared on the official website of the Service.

Note

Solgar's ABC Dophilus Powder is a selective complex of useful bacteria for children. It was firstly produced in scientific laboratories.



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