Food supplements that have been declared dangerous in one country may not be prohibited in another one. And it turns out that we can actually find harmful products on the shelves in our local grocery stores. There’s also another thing that is a cause for concern: ordinary foods that people consume every day, happen to be pretty unsafe.
Bright Side is going to help you find out why some products are banned in some countries. And at the end of the article, you’ll realize why it’s better to not eat foie gras.
In Europe and Great Britain, selling chicken treated with chlorine has been banned since 1997. Chlorine washing is used to exclude the possibility of salmonella and other bacterial infections. In Europe, this method is considered to be dangerous because a high chlorine content may be harmful to our health. In 2010, the same prohibition was implemented in Russia.