Really? Beaver anal juice in your ice cream?? Click for 10 other suprising ingrediants in your food!
Crushed beetles in Starbucks drinks
… you’ve probably consumed at least one pound of red dye in your life. That means that you’ve also ingested at least 70,000 cochineal beetles, according to a petition on Change.org.
Rat hair and insect fragments in chocolate
.. The FDA allows one rat hair per 100 grams in six 100-gram subsamples of chocolate and 60 insect fragments per 100 grams in six 100-gram subsamples.
Beaver’s anal secretion and urine in ice cream
… Vanilla and raspberry flavors might be enhanced by “castoreum,” a mixture of the anal secretions and urine of beavers. It’s also found in perfume. The FDA-approved product is categorized under “natural flavoring,” so you won’t know if you’re eating it.
Fish bladder in beer
.. Isinglass, or dried fish bladder, gives beer its golden glow
Sheep’s wool residue in chewing gum
… Lanolin—a goopy, oily secretion found in sheep’s wool—is an FDA-approved additive used to soften chewing gum. It can also be found in cosmetics, sunscreen, and baby products.
Duck feathers in baked goods
… L-Cysteine is an amino acid often used in dough conditioners, which softens mass-produced breads. It is made from human hair or duck feathers. Although 80 percent of L-cysteine is made of human hair, McDonald’s uses the duck feather variety in its Baked Hot Apple Pie and Warm Cinnamon Roll.
Toilet bleach in potato chips
… Sodium bisulfite is used in most toilet boil cleaning agents. It’s also used to extend the shelf-life and bleach out the discoloration of potato chips.
Sawdust in grated cheese
… Cellulose, or virgin wood pulp that is more commonly identified as sawdust, is an ingredient found in shredded cheese. It keeps the shreds from clumping up. Cellulose also appears in Kraft Parmesan Cheese.
Maggots in mushrooms
… The FDA says its legally OK to have up to 19 maggots and 74 mites in a 3.5-ounce can of mushrooms.
Sand in Wendy’s Chili
… One key ingredient to Wendy’s chili is an anti-caking agent called silicon dioxide. Street name: sand or glass powder.
Pig skin in jello .
.. Gelatin is made from collagen, which is boiled down animal connective tissue. Today, gelatin most likely is made from pigskin