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1. The criminal selling of dirty, unedible road salt, labeled as edible salt, to the Polish food industry has been going on continuously for at least 10 years.
2. Poland is a significant food exporter, mainly to countries within the EU, but also to the US. Considering an immense scale of the industrial salt fraud, it is likely that some food products exported from Poland within the last 10 years have been contaminated with unedible industrial salt.
3. The dirty salt did not come from a salt mine. It was being obtained as a by-product of chlorine production process at one of the largest chemical plants in Europe and at the same time the only PVC producer in Poland - Anwil S.A. in Wloclawek. The PVC producer classifies the salt as a „chemical waste” with suggested use for de-icing of roads or in chemical industry. Buyers of the salt were clearly warned that it absolutely cannot be used in the food industry.
The testing has shown the salt contains dioxins and such heavy metals as lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury
Polish Sanitary Inspection (Sanepid) has refused to release to the public a list of food processors that have been using the unedible industrial salt and a list of food products contaminated as a result
Industrial salt sold for use in food in Iceland for 13 years
Product 'not safe,' health officials say
Originally posted by boncho
reply to post by kn0wh0w
i'm going organic
Because if people would lie within the regular food supply, they would never lie about contaminants in the organic food supply.