You've probably heard about the "yoga mat" chemical -- azodicarbonamide -- that has been found in Subway sandwich bread. If not, or even if you have, listen to Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" deliver the story in his informative and entertaining style. See link below.
Click here for Jon Stewart's (The Daily Show) report on ADA in foods.
According to an analysis by EWG Environmental Working Group, azodicarbonamide aka ADA -- a "chemical foaming agent," can be found in nearly 500 items and more than 130 brands of bread, stuffing, pre-made sandwiches and snacks from many well-known brands, including Pillsbury, Sara Lee, Shoprite, Safeway, Smucker’s, Fleischman’s, Jimmy Dean, Kroger, Little Debbie, Tyson and Wonder. Click here for a recent EWG press release for further information.
Click here to see the full list of foods that contain ADA and take this list with you the next time you go food shopping or out to eat!
Take Action! Click here to sign EWG's "Food Should Be Food" petition to tell major brands, including Pillsbury, Sara Lee, Shoprite, Safeway, Smucker's, Fleischman's, Jimmy Dean, Kroger, Little Debbie, Tyson and Wonder, to stop using the plastic chemical azodicarbonamide in their products today!