5 Foods “Made In China” To Avoid

Many U.S. retailers, from phone companies to televisions, auto parts and more are being manufactured in China. While many are okay with this, did you know that some of your groceries are also “made in China?” While the standards for food consumption are drastically different than the United States, you may want to reconsider eating the following foods. Take a look…

1. Rice

China has been producing fake rice for at least four years, and it is still on the market. Singapore media reported that this “rice” is produced with potatoes, sweet potatoes and – believe it or not – poisonous plastic. It is shaped like regular rice grains but remains hard after cooking and can cause serious health issues.

The rice in question China’s Wuchang rice. The rice is very popular because the real Wuchang rice is famous for its smell, and it costs more for its quality (almost double the price), according to