Lucky charms cereal actually contains the know carcinogen and floor cleaner TSP Trisodium Phosphate

Lucky charms cereal actually contains the know carcinogen and floor cleaner TSP Trisodium Phosphate

Proof:
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General Mills children’s breakfast cereal Lucky charms actually contains the know carcinogen and floor cleaner TSP Trisodium Phosphate. What is Trisodium Phosphate doing in thousands of consumer products, including kid’s cereals? Did you know Trisodium Phosphate (also known as TSP) is an additive and flavor enhancer found in thousands of frozen and processed foods including processed meat, processed cheese, commercial bakes and goods, canned foods, nutritional supplements, and even kids cereals? Trisodium Phosphate is found in other consumer products including toothpastes, baby toothpastes, shampoos, mouthwash, cosmetics, hair coloring and bleaching agents. trisodium-phosphate-paint-thinner-in-consumer-products-kids-cheerios-cere
als When I looked at the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to learn more about TSP, I realized that it used to be an ingredient inside industrial cleaners until EPA and OSHA found it too toxic for employees. Amazingly, Trisodium Phosphate currently used as an industrial paint thinner is used inside children’s breakfast cereal in stores like Trader Joe’s. Trisodium Phosphate is an inorganic salt commonly used by construction workers and developer, but most parents who buy breakfast cereals for their kids, don’t expect to find TSP as an ingredient in cereals of stores like Trader Joe’s that offer people a higher quality of food.

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