Learn why India products are so contaminated.
You may not know it but India produces billions of dollars of drugs that you take here in the US. They import billions of dollars of spices, foods, and Moringa into the US. So it must be safe ...Right? Wrong! This article will show you what you don't know about the foods you are buying for your family.
I learned about the problems with India organic certified Moringa the hard way when we were originally in business in 2007. After getting taken, I learned how naive I was.
There is hard evidence from many sources showing how the India labs are in constant violation of FDA- GMP (good manufacturing practices).The India labs have been found to falsify records, send out tainted foods, drugs, supplements, and Moringa.
Cheaper drugs but at what cost? Cheaper imported food.
Cheaper labor but at what cost?
You health is being endangered, because of cheap labor and manufacturing costs.
You pick up your prescriptions and never know these facts. You buy spices and Moringa and never consider these facts.
Too many imports and not enough time or inspections. So most of your food coming from a foreign country is not inspected before you eat it. You need to read these articles in full for the information to sink in!
Article on how Long Beach, CA food inspectors can't keep up with flood of imports. Only 2% of your imported food gets examined.
Why are India foods contaminated? Here is your answer below
India is one of the most polluted countries in the world. There are few environmental regulations. The Ganges river that irrigates thousands of acres of farmlands contains dead bodies, dead animals, severe industrial pollution. That is why the products are contaminated. Most India foods are not tested for heavy metal poisoning any where in the inspection process.
India's polluted Ganges River threatens people's livelihoods"Leading water pollution expert B.D. Tripathi of Benares Hindu University described three major Ganges pollution problems: domestic waste, untreated industrial effluent including toxic and heavy metals, and cremation grounds (two in Varanasi alone).
The river runs for some 2,500 kilometers (1,550 miles), with more than two dozen major urban centers located on its banks. With many factories and business dumping toxic chemicals into the river, human sewage compounds the situation.
An estimated 3 billion liters (800,000 gallons) of sewage is released into the Ganges each day, of which only a third - according official figures - is processed by treatment plants. Agricultural businesses are also draining the river basin and adding toxic pesticides and fertilizers into the river system."
I can give you several pages of articles just like these.
Use yahoo. Put in India labs fail FDA inspections. You will see pages of results like this.
These articles do not make the front page...they are found only with correct searches. That is why most of you never saw them.
Sun Pharmeceutical Lab Fails Lab Tests
Quote from the article :"The drugs made it to the United States and were used by uninformed consumers here. The FDA is only now (supposedly) discovering this incident, and its subsequent and ongoing investigations have so far resulted in the uncovering of 5,301 other instances of deleted results on impure drug batches at this particular lab. -
5. Long Beach, CA food inspectors can't keep up with flood of imports
Just a few more articles on tainted imports of spices and foods from foreign countries! Why? Read below:
Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Insect fragments and animal hairs taint 12 percent of imported spices, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said in a report.
Spices Top List of Possibly Tainted
Foods - ABC News
Oct 31, 2013 · Spices are the latest kitchen standby to land on a list of possibly tainted foods. Roughly 7 percent of imported spices tested by the U.S. Food and Drug ...
Aug 30, 2013 · About seven percent of spices imported from around the world, chiefly from Mexico and India, are contaminated with salmonella, according to a new FDA study.
Here are More!
Study: Indian Spices, Powders Linked
with Lead Poisoning...
A study by Boston researchers finds that excess lead may be ingested through commonly used Indian spices and ceremonial powders
Oct 31, 2013 · Spice Imports Tainted With Insects. Dan Kitwood. Twelve percent of spices imported to the U.S. are tainted with insects, rodent hairs, salmonella, and ...
I do not sell Moringa unless it has been packaged and tested in the US. I only sell one brand, Moringa Source, because it is superior to anything out there!
Kate Freer, the herbladyisin