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Why did the FDA ever allow toxic arsenic to be fed to chickens in the first place?

by Jonathan Benson, Natural News:

All this talk lately about the withdrawal of some arsenic drugs from the lineup of conventional animal feed additives has made quite an impression on the conscious public. It might seem, upon first glance, that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is finally inching towards common sense rather than business as usual by ordering that these harmful chemicals be removed or that industrial farms are starting to clean up their acts and employ more sustainable animal-rearing methods of their own accord.

But the truth of the matter is that the FDA was reluctant about adopting new policies concerning arsenic drugs, having only been established after considerable outcry from public advocacy groups that threatened to sue the agency for failing to enforce its own guidelines.

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