Organic milk tops the shopping lists of many weekly.
A substance resembling corn oil is contained in so-called ‘organic milk’ in America.
The well-known factory produces batches of algae which feeds on corn syrup, to later become known as ‘Schizochytrium.’
According to the Washing Post, the addition of this substance, allows the company to boast nutritional benefits, which allows them to retail at a higher price.
The packing on millions of organic cartons marketed by the leading branding ‘Horizon’ states that ‘DHA Omega-3 Supports Brain Health’’.
It has been noted it does not reveal that some of the product’s contents were brewed in industrial closed stainless steel vats of Schizochytrium.
Leaving several full of curiosity, many are now questioning whether ‘organic’ is really the correct term for such a proud on our shelves.
Many are debating that all additives should be farm produced and not factory based.
Charlotte Vallaeys, a senior policy analyst, at Consumer Reports told WashingtonPost that ‘We do not think that [the oil] belongs in organic foods.’
Barry Flamm, former chair of the National Organic Standards Board told Washington Post that ‘Additives just don’t have any place in organics at all,”.