March 23, 2012
225 bug parts in your pasta


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Ever wondered what’s really in your food? The answer: bugs. While the FDA sets regulations to protect your food, they set a limit—“Food Defect Action Levels”—that determine what can be in your food. A certain amount of bug parts is acceptable. For example, 225 grams of pasta can’t have more than 225 bug parts. Anything less, and it’s OK to eat.

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