#1: Tuna labeled “dolphin safe” may still have been caught with practices involving the deliberate and life-threatening harassment of dolphins.
#2: Real maple syrup is just the boiled sap of a maple tree.
#3: Frying potatoes to make chips or French fries produces high levels of a potent carcinogen called acrylamide.
#4: Jell-O molds cannot be made with certain fresh fruits, because they contain enzymes that destroy the proteins in the gelatin and prevent it from setting.
#5: Popcorn pops due to superheated, pressurized steam that forms inside the kernel.
#6: The casings of most sausages and hot dogs are made out of dissolved, homogenized cowhides that are then extruded into a solid tube.
#7: Although the corn industry claims that HFCS contains only slightly more fructose than table sugar, it is actually made with an ingredient that is 90 percent fructose.
#8: Mechanically separated meat, a paste made by pulverizing animal carcasses, is used in common products including hot dogs, burgers, lunch meat, Slim Jims and Spam.
#9: Different types of tea are distinguished by when the leaves of the tea plant were harvested and how long the leaves were allowed to age before being dried.
#10: McDonald’s French fries contain a chemical flavoring agent synthesized in a laboratory.
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