How Can A Carcinogen (Cancer Causing Agent) Be Allowed Into Organic Food?
It’s easy to understand how this can happen, now that organic food companies are being bought by major conventional food companies. Here is a chart taken from the Cornucopia website that shows the relationship big food now has on several smaller organic companies.
A Carcinogen Hiding In Organic Dairy & Dairy Substitutes
One of the findings has to do with a carcinogenic ingredient all these products have in common, a substance derived from red algae called carrageenan. Carrageenan can be found in most milk substitute products, infant formula, deli meats, cottage cheese and some flavored coconut waters regardless if the product is certified organic by the USDA.