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Sunday, March 3, 2024

VIDEO: Shopper exposed ALDI food products contain BIOENGINEERED ingredients

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Shopper exposed ALDI food products for having BIOENGINEERED ingredients.

No reason to panic if you forget your reusable bags at home. Though ALDI encourages customers to bring their own bags (it cuts down on costs and is friendlier to the environment), ALDI does have paper, plastic, and reusable bags you can buy at the register. Or you can simply grab an empty box from the shelves and pack up your groceries that way.

All of the ALDI-exclusive brands are now free of certified synthetic colors (yay!). Plus, they’ve eliminated added MSG and partially hydrogenated oils, too. These are ingredients a lot of shoppers (like myself) are avoiding, so it’s nice to know I don’t have to scour ingredient lists for them at ALDI.

ALDI has an ever-growing number of organic items, including organic milk, apples, salad greens, frozen berries, peanut butter, coffee, granola, spices, wildflower honey, coconut oil…and I could go on. They even sell USDA choice organic grass-fed ground beef.

In fact, partially hydrogenated oils had to go anyway. The FDA banned them; Aldi simply phased them out before the mandatory cut-off in 2021. But MSG is perfectly legal, and, according to researchers, safe. Some people just prefer to avoid it. Certified synthetic colors, also known as artificial colors or food dye, are a more controversial additive. They're FDA-approved but are known to be associated with a number of health risks. By cutting these controversial ingredients out of its own-brand products, Aldi earned points with additive-conscious customers.

Japanese chemist Kikunae Ikeda figured out how to isolate MSG, a naturally occurring umami bomb, in 1908. Ever since, food manufacturers have added it to their products -- because it tastes great. But for decades, the rumor persisted that MSG could cause headaches and nausea. In blind studies, researchers haven't been able to replicate these effects (via The National Library of Medicine). Still, some people feel it triggers a reaction and would rather eliminate it from their diet.

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