Internationally banned American cuisines

 One of the most surprising things is that US grocery shops stock plenty of unknown substances. This collection shows American dishes banned worldwide, according to Mic.

The FDA approves the use of synthetic growth hormones rBGH and rBST in cows, even though they cause infertility, muscular weakness, and many malignancies.

The EU, Canada, Australia, Israel, Japan, and New Zealand restrict hormones in dairy farms and products.

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Children's food colors including Yellow 5, Yellow 6, Blue 1, Blue 2, and Red 40 are created from petroleum-based compounds and have been related to cancer, nerve cell degeneration, and hyperactivity.

Their main goal is to make food seem good, but at what cost? Salmon, mac and cheese, ice cream, and salad dressings include it, as well as candies, juice, and cereal.

Norway, Finland, Austria, France, and the UK restrict FDA-approved additives, while many American food firms (like M&M) remove their colors abroad but maintain them in the US.

Even though it causes birth abnormalities and serious organ damage, American soda contains the ingredient that helps food color attach to liquid and flame retardant.

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