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TIN KHUNG KHIEP . Tàu cong giet dân MY bang (mat ong gia )

Tháng Mười Một 22, 2011 Để lại phản hồi Go to comments
 
 
 
 
TIN KHUNG KHIEP .
Tàu cong giet dân MY bang   (mat ong gia )
moi xem bên duoi . Xin pho bien rong rai ?e tránh
 
Nên ?oc ?e biet mà phòng ngua . Kính chuyen .
 
RUA MAT !!!!!!!!!  Rua Mat (Honey Laundering)cho không phai rua mat ?âu bà con oi !!!!!!! KHIEP !!!!!!!
Trung Cong muon ?au ?oc the gioi bang thuc an !!!!!!
Moi ?oc ban tin tieng Anh, tui hilight ?e quý vi de theo dõi rõ ràng.  Trân trong xin quý vi chuyen loan tin này.  ?a ta !!!!
Vay bên Cali thì sao ?????  Quan Cam Orange County thì sao ???????  Quý vi có làm viec voi co quan , xin luu ý tìm hieu !!!!!
:22 AM
Subject: FW: Mat ong – can than !!!
To:
 
Mat ong gia và ?oc tu Trung Cong 
qua An ?o Vào Florida, My !!!!!!!!!
Quí anh chi thân men,
 
Theo báo SunSentinel ra  ngày 09 tháng 11-2011 tai Florida, Trung Quoc ?ã chuyen 60 trieu pounds mat ong qua An ?o, thay ?oi nhãn hieu tu China qua India và cho nhap vào My. 
Mat ong nay có kha nang có chua kim loai nang và  nhieu loai tru sinh không the dò ?uoc.
Tui có tìm và xin gui nguyên van bài trên báo Los Angeles Times và Sun Sentinel (LH)
TRACKING THE MARKET AND ECONOMIC TRENDS
THAT SHAPE YOUR FINANCES.
Honey laundering: When honey isn’t really honey
November 8, 2011 | 10:07 am
 

A torrent of illegal Chinese honey labeled in India is slipping into the U.S. potentially laden with untraceable antibiotics and heavy metals, according to accusations in several new reports.
The American Honey Producers Assn. said that more than 60 million pounds of Indian honey exports reached the U.S. in the first half of 2011 and that much of it is believed to have been first produced in China, then rerouted to skirt American trade restrictions.
The “unimpeded colossal flow of honey” puts the U.S. honey industry in a sticky spot, potentially depressing wholesale prices, the producers group said.
And as a result, more than three-quarters of the product that ends up on American grocery shelves labeled as “honey” is actually far from it, according to Food Safety News.
The online journal, which is backed by a law firm representing victims of foodborne illness, tested more than 60 containers of honey from across the country. Results found that much of it has undergone a process called ultra-filtration, which strips the honey of all its pollen and makes tracing its origin impossible.
The procedure is sometimes used to make honey appear clearer or to extend its shelf life, but Food Safety News said its primary use is tomask the presence of contaminants in illegally imported foreign honey.
More than three-quarters of the honey from stores such as Safeway, Costco, Walmart and Target had all of the pollen removed,according to the study. All of the honey tested from drugstores such as CVS Pharmacy and in individual packets served at McDonald’s and KFC was devoid of pollen.
But all of the samples from farmers markets and stores such as Trader Joe’s had normal amounts of pollen, as did most containers labeled as organic.
Tests were conducted by Vaughn Bryant, a professor at Texas A&M University and a melissopalynologist — a honey investigator who tracks pollen.  Most of the honey he examined wouldn’t pass the standards set by food safety agencies such as the World Health Organization and the Food and Drug Administration, the report claims.
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– Tiffany Hsu
Photo: Patrick Downs / Los Angeles Times
 
China accused of honey laundering 
 
A torrent of illegal chinese honey labeled in India is slipping into the U.S. pottentially laden with untraceable antibiotics and heavy metals, according
to accusations in several new reports.
The American Honey Producers association said that more than 60 millions pounds of Indian honey export reached the U.S. in the first half of 2011 and
that much of it is believed to have been first produced in China, then rerouted to skirt American trade restrictions
The “unimpeled colossal flow of honey” puts the US honey industry in the sticky pot, pottentially depressing wholesale prices, the producers group said.
 
 
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Datum: Sonntag, 20. November, 2011 04:58 Uhr
 
 
 
 
TIN KHỦNG KHIẾP .
Tàu cọng giết dân MỶ bằng   (mật ong giả )
mời xem bên dưới . Xin phổ biến rộng rải để tránh
 
Nên đọc để biết mà phòng ngừa . Kính chuyển .
 
RỬA MẬT !!!!!!!!!  Rửa Mật (Honey Laundering)chkhông phải rửa mặt đâu bà con ơi !!!!!!! KHIẾP !!!!!!!
Trung Cộng muốn đầu độc thế giới bng thức ăn !!!!!!
Mời đọc bản tin tiếng Anh, tui hilight để quý vị d theo dõi rõ ràng.  Trân trọng xin quý vị chuyển loan tin này.  Đa tạ !!!!
Vậy bên Cali thì sao ?????  Quận Cam Orange County thì sao ???????  Quý vị có làm việc với cơ quan , xin lưu ý tìm hiểu !!!!!
:22 AM
Subject: FW: Mat ong – can than !!!
To:
 
Mật ong giả và độc từ Trung Cộng 
qua Ấn Độ Vào Florida, Mỹ !!!!!!!!!
Quí anh chị thân mến,
 
Theo báo SunSentinel ra  ngày 09 tháng 11-2011 tại Florida, Trung Quốc đã chuyển 60 triệu pounds mật ong qua Ấn Độ, thay đổi nhãn hiệu từ China qua India và cho nhập vào Mỹ. 
Mật ong nầy có khả năng có chứa kim loại nặng và  nhiều loại trụ sinh không thể dò được.
Tui có tìm và xin gửi nguyên văn bài trên báo Los Angeles Times và Sun Sentinel (LH)
TRACKING THE MARKET AND ECONOMIC TRENDS
THAT SHAPE YOUR FINANCES.
Honey laundering: When honey isn’t really honey
November 8, 2011 | 10:07 am
 

A torrent of illegal Chinese honey labeled in India is slipping into the U.S. potentially laden with untraceable antibiotics and heavy metals, according to accusations in several new reports.
The American Honey Producers Assn. said that more than 60 million pounds of Indian honey exports reached the U.S. in the first half of 2011 and that much of it is believed to have been first produced in China, then rerouted to skirt American trade restrictions.
The “unimpeded colossal flow of honey” puts the U.S. honey industry in a sticky spot, potentially depressing wholesale prices, the producers group said.
And as a result, more than three-quarters of the product that ends up on American grocery shelves labeled as “honey” is actually far from it, according to Food Safety News.
The online journal, which is backed by a law firm representing victims of foodborne illness, tested more than 60 containers of honey from across the country. Results found that much of it has undergone a process called ultra-filtration, which strips the honey of all its pollen and makes tracing its origin impossible.
The procedure is sometimes used to make honey appear clearer or to extend its shelf life, but Food Safety News said its primary use is to mask the presence of contaminants in illegally imported foreign honey.
More than three-quarters of the honey from stores such as Safeway, Costco, Walmart and Target had all of the pollen removed, according to the study. All of the honey tested from drugstores such as CVS Pharmacy and in individual packets served at McDonald’s and KFC was devoid of pollen.
But all of the samples from farmers markets and stores such as Trader Joe’s had normal amounts of pollen, as did most containers labeled as organic.
Tests were conducted by Vaughn Bryant, a professor at Texas A&M University and a melissopalynologist -– a honey investigator who tracks pollen.  Most of the honey he examined wouldn’t pass the standards set by food safety agencies such as the World Health Organization and the Food and Drug Administration, the report claims.
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