US cereal packed with additives is being sold Tesco
BREAKFAST is believed to be the most important meal of the day, but youngsters could soon become more than giddy after a cereal packed with additives is being sold in Britain.
Lucky Charm, a food breakfast cereal, which has been imported from the US, is the first mainstream GM food to go on sale in this country.
The cereal is being sold by Tesco. Its use of genetically modified corn is buried in small print on the package.
Not only does the cereal’s additives link to bad behaviour and hyperactivity but it also contains suspect colourings, including Tartrazine, Sunset Yellow, Brilliant Blue and Allura Red.
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Tesco bans the use of GM ingredients from its own-label foods.
The supermarket said in a statement to the Daily Mail: “We sell this branded product as part of our world foods range.”