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51,024 views • May 9, 2023

[Trailer] Beware of Toxic Chocolate: Heavy Metals Found in Major Brand Names

Facts Matter
Facts Matter
According to a new study Consumer Reports study, many of the chocolate brands that Americans buy from the supermarket contain high levels of toxic metals—including things like cadmium and lead. These researchers were looking into some of the most popular brands, the ones that are very likely in your cupboard right now: things like Hershey's, Dove Chocolate, Trader Joe’s, and so on. The researchers here were looking specifically at dark chocolate, which is a little bit ironic considering many people choose dark chocolate over alternatives like milk chocolate because of the supposed health benefits: including anti-oxidants and the fact that dark chocolate has less sugar. However, for many years now, the chocolate industry has been grappling with a certain problem—that heavy metals are difficult to remove during the production process, and secondly, metals like lead are introduced into the food during manufacturing.
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