China makes rice out of plastic

Food horror from China - emerging risk: plastic rice! - but also plastic sugar

With over 200 million tons annually, China is the world's largest producer of rice, which also ends up in supermarkets in Europe. However, rice from China should be consumed with caution. Not only that the soil in China is contaminated, huge amounts of pesticides are used, now the rice should also be produced artificially.

A message from India about plastic rice and now also plastic sugar from China makes us angry, because China is export world champion, also in food. No wonder the Chinese no longer want to eat their own productions. Do you have an appetite for maggots, antibiotics & arsenic?Everything that we consumers want to avoid comes with the food from China: pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and toxic chemicals, so that the food then also shines green and now also plastic rice.

While more and more food “Made in Germany” is being exported to China, food “Made in China” ends up on German plates.

In August 2016, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published its annual report on emerging Risks. Under thePlastic rice was also the top 10 risk. After more plastic rice was found here, too, Great Britain asked EFSA to add artificial rice to the agenda.

According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), potatoes are mixed with sweet potatoes and then this mass is mixed with plastic (e.g. epoxy resin), then pressed into rice grains and steamed with the rice flavor. Doctors expressly warn against consuming this artificial rice: three large servings of it contain about as much plastic as there is in a small plastic bag.

In the case of prepared strawberries, packed in kilo goods, China even dominates the German market with 97 percent. See you are forsaken by all good spirits - food from China, spoiled, dangerous and highly contaminated on your plate! You should definitely avoid these 4 fruits from China!

Pesticides and heavy metals: Food from China is particularly often negative in controls.

China is now the world's second largest importer of goods to the United States and a very interesting market for German companies, according to pfalz.ihk24. The Middle Kingdom receives deliveries worth over € 65 billion from Germany every year. In contrast to trade with EU countries, trade is becoming more and more difficult, partly due to the existing import regulations. Because China is very careful about what can be imported. The licenses must be formally applied for from the responsible authorities - usually only the importer or an import company based in China can do this. It seems different with what China exports to other countries.

For example, farmers in Yantai, Shandong have been caught using illegal pesticides on the apples they grow. According to Sina News, a major web portal in China, the apple growers wrapped sacks of white chemical powder around the apple while it was still on the tree. In this way, the apples come into direct contact with the pesticides. These sacks remain around the apple even after the harvest. It was banned by local authorities in March 2012 due to health concerns. But reporters found in June 2016 that the practice is not only being used, but is even being expanded. The farmers claimed they did this because the resulting apples would be fuller and lighter, which would also prevent unwanted brown spots from appearing. Now imagine that you are eating Chinese apples, which you cannot know, because it is not declared in the processing industry, where the farmers who grow them in China wear face masks and gloves and because of the dangerous chemicals they wear all kinds of things Avoid body contact with the apples. See you are forsaken by all good spirits - food from China, spoiled, dangerous and highly contaminated on your plate! You should definitely avoid these 4 fruits from China!

Scary! Those who made this fake rice did an exceptionally good job, according to customs officials in Nigeria, after they confiscated 102 bags of 25 kg each. According to the BBC, this rice came from China. However, China does not want to know anything about this plastic rice and the news in China promptly followed that it was not plastic rice in Nigeria, but that it was "only" contaminated. However, it was also said that plastic rice was found on the Chinese market last year and also in various Asian countries, including India, Indonesia and Vietnam. While it looks similar to actual rice, it was actually made from potatoes, sweet potatoes, and synthetic resin. Health experts warned that the counterfeit grains could cause serious damage to the digestive system if consumed.

The counterfeit rice from China has been reported for a long time. Chinese companies produce artificial rice en masse, the Korean Times reported in January 2017. And even a Chinese television report claimed that a company in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, produced a counterfeit version of high-quality "wuchang rice". According to the Korea-Times, the sale of artificial rice is profitable, especially when it is mass-produced. In the meantime they have also managed to sell this synthetic product to other countries outside of China.

India and the plastic rice from China

Reports of plastic rice have frightened people in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, according to 49 million people live in Andhra Pradesh alone and over 35 million people in Telangana.

Police were turned on two days after a customer allegedly found plastic rice and another Meerpet customer complained about the same complaints. The police then confiscated the rice and took samples from a shop in Meerpet. Meanwhile, rumors surfaced on social media that plastic rice was being wholesaled to various stores in Andhra Pradesh, which caused the panic. In the meantime, a committee has been set up to review the novel method of rice forgery. ANI news agency reports that grocers in the Uttarakhands Haldwani district are selling plastic rice in the market. 👍 Plastic rice being sold in Uttarakhand’s Haldwani…

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In the meantime, the scandal in India is widening now that plastic sugar has also been found. Here, too, the police stormed the shop and confiscated the sugar. The samples are currently still being checked and a committee for plastic sugar has also been set up. The government promised to work harder.

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The annual damage caused by counterfeit food is enormous and amounts to up to 13 billion euros. As recently as April 2017, we reported to you that in OPSON VI, the joint operation of Europol and Interpol to track down counterfeit and substandard food, as well as the organized criminal network behind these illegal activities, the confiscation of 9,800 tons, more than 26.4 million Liters and 13 million units of potentially harmful food and beverages to a value of an estimated 230 million euros. These include alcoholic beverages, mineral water, spices, seafood, olive oil and luxury goods such as caviar. See Disgusting! Counterfeit food worth € 230,000,000 seized in the course of the global OPSON operation- EUR 230 MILLION WORTH OF FAKE FOOD AND BEVERAGES SEIZED IN GLOBAL OPSON OPERATION TARGETING FOOD FRAUD

If you don't have plastic in your rice, you should still be careful when consuming rice. The polluted heritage of China's largest rice-growing area

The Chinese province of Hunan is a predominantly rural province in the south of China and the main growing area for rice. This province is only a few hundred kilometers north of Hong Kong. The capital of Hunan is the metropolis of Changsha, which is located in the east of Hunan. The soil in this region is a ticking time bomb.

Long known as China's granary, Hunan Province is a major rice producer for the nation's growing and increasingly urban population. But toxic pollution from Hunan's mines and heavy metal plants has littered large areas of its once fertile farmland, threatening China's staple food supply.

The “cadmium rice” crisis in early 2013 brought contaminated rice back into the spotlight. The health hazard from cadmium pollution originating from large-scale food production from areas such as Hunan and Jiangxi is currently spreading to other regions. Samples taken by researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) from a hundred rice fields near mines across Hunan Province found that 65% of the samples had exceeded the cadmium limits set by the national food hygiene agency. See: Ticking Time Bomb - China's Polluted Heritage

Rice from India

In Bangladesh, it is responsible for the largest mass poisoning in human history. Tens of thousands of people die each year as a result of arsenic poisoning, according to estimates by Human Rights Watch. Many fields are irrigated with contaminated water. Rice is grown in standing water and therefore comes into particularly intensive contact with polluted water. The arsenic gets into the rice plants via the roots and is stored in the grains.

A warning comes not only from the USA, but also from the EU.

A recent study, led by Dr. Margaret Karagas, found that rice contains too much arsenic, making it unsafe as a safe food for babies and young children. Babies who ate rice had three times more arsenic in their urine than babies who were not given rice. “Our research on health effects is ongoing, but there is ample evidence, including that from our research group, that arsenic is carcinogenic and can have negative effects on growth, immunity and development of the nervous system during pregnancy for fetuses and also for babies and small children, even at low doses. Miss Dr. Karagas therefore warns and says that children need healthy nutrition and that rice should be avoided. D.As a result, a petition was set up to force the FDA to lower the limit values ​​for arsenic in products. Please refer:Beware of dangerous rice - Warning of toxic substances - Study: High levels of cancer-causing arsenic in Rice and Rice Products

In the meantime, not only plastic rice is said to have been found in India, but also plastic sugar and even plastic eggs.

Highly contaminated food from China ends up on our dining table, because Federal Minister of Agriculture Schmidt opened the German-Chinese Agricultural Center in Beijing in 2015. Sino-German cooperation in the agricultural sector finds its institutional expression in annual meetings of the bilateral working group on agricultural and food policy at the vice-ministerial level and other bilateral bodies. The Agriculture Ministers of both countries have been meeting since 2014 for the Agriculture Ministers' Dialogue, which takes place analogously to the German-Chinese government consultations. The cooperation in the fields of fruit, vegetables, cereals and other vegetable products is to be expanded. And all from China's polluted heritage while the Chinese eschew their own products.

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