Geheimen van onze voedselindustrie

Vandaag wees Melanie Raaijmakers mij op een interessante site met geheimen waarvan fabrikanten van voedsel niet graag willen dat jij ze ook weet.  Van ingrediënten die je wel betaalt maar niet krijgt tot onnodig schadelijke producten.  Kijk gerust even op http://foodwatch.nl/

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