Your turn to tell the FDA what you think of their promoting poisons for use in food
In March of this year, I submitted a Citizen Petition to the FDA requesting that the FDA Commissioner remove misleading and incorrect information presently displayed on the FDA website in a post titled “Questions and Answers on Monosodium Glutamate” (Q&A) and replace it with accurate information about monosodium glutamate (MSG) toxicity.
Both the Glutamate Association and the International Hydrolyzed Protein Council responded with characteristic glutamate industry propaganda, stating that the Q&A accurately reflects the data and information on MSG, and that Petitioner’s proposed changes should be rejected.
And I, with characteristic vigor, tore their response apart, pointing out the deceptive and misleading statements and outright lies — in six parts, no less (links below).
Now it’s your turn to tell the FDA what you think of their promoting poisons for use in food. Even one sentence will help get the word out.
Below is the link you need to use to post your comment. Just click on the blue “comment” button on the upper left side of that page and cut and paste your story or start writing in the box provided.
It’s the easiest thing in the world to do — and could even be therapeutic.
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