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Woman Makes List Of Ingredients Of US And UK Products, And The Difference Is Shocking

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Woman Makes List Of Ingredients Of US And UK Products, And The Difference Is Shocking

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It’s no secret that food products sold in numerous countries have slightly different ingredient when making them. The disparity in the ingredient of any purchased food product is clear and glaring when you travel down to the United States or to the United Kingdom. 

It can really be shocking when you sit down to compare some of the products from these two countries. And that’s what an American Author, Food Critic, Vani Hari – popularly known as Food Babe has done.

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#1 The McDonald’s French Fries!

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The fries ordered from McDonald’s in the United States might have more than just natural vegetable oil and salt used during the cooking process.



#2 Quaker Instant Oatmeal Packets!

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The Quaker Instant Oatmeal made for breakfast is however much healthier in the United Kingdom.  So, are these extra ingredients having an effect on Americans?

#3 Mountain Dew

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#4 The Heinz Ketchup

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A Facebook User, Kacey Birch posted Food Babe’s food ingredient comparison photos, with a caption  ‘Are we going to talk about this yet?’ The post went viral garnering over 8500 likes, 128000 shares, and 6200 comments.

#5 Doritos

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#6 The Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes!

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#7 The Macaroni And Cheese

Nevertheless, Food Babe is popular in the US and in the World, with over 1.2 million fans on Facebook, 104,000 fans on Twitter and 283,000 followers on Instagram.

The Food Critic has had some positive impact on the food industry. She had influenced Kraft to stop putting in artificial orange color in its Macaroni and Cheese. Likewise, convinced Subway to let go of the bread additive azodicarbonamide.



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Expectedly, some internet users criticized the comparison:



While some had a different opinion:





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