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Ad: What Chemical Culprits Are Hiding in Your Fake Meat?

As part of our campaign to educate the public on the true nature of plant-based synthetic meat, we placed a full-page ad in The Chicago Tribune. The ad highlights some of the “chemical culprits” found in fake meat such as methylcellulose, ferric phosphate, and propylene glycol. These are the very same chemicals used in laxatives, slug killer, and antifreeze. Sounds delicious right?

To learn more about fake meat and what might be lurking inside your synthetic meat go to CleanFoodFacts.com.

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