You must read this and send it to all your friends; its horrendous……
This should turn you off forever.

One has to be aware of foods that are offered at various restaurants.

Watch out for prepared stuff such as pies etc.

Pay careful note to bar codes – this will certainly assist you.  Details of bar codes are below.

Your health as well as your children is not to be gambled with.

The whole world is scared of China making ‘black hearted goods’.

Can you differentiate which one is made in the USA, Philippines, Taiwan or China?

For your information… the first 3 digits of the barcode is the country code wherein the product was made.

Sample: All bar codes that start with 690.691.692 until 695 are all MADE IN CHINA.

This is our human right to know, but the government and related

Department never educate the public; therefore we have to RESCUE ourselves.
Nowadays, Chinese businessmen know that consumers do not prefer products

‘Made in China’, so they don’t show from which country it is made.
However, you may now refer to the barcode, remember if the first 3 digits are 690 to 695,

Then it is made in China …

00 – 13 USA & CANADA
30 – 37 FRANCE
40 – 44 GERMANY
49 – JAPAN
50 – UK
57 – Denmark
64 – Finland
76 – Switzerland and Liechtenstein

471 – Thailand
628 – Saudi-Arabian
629 – United Arab Emirates
740 – 745 – Central America

All 480 Codes are Made in the Philippines



There are no food inspection regulations!!!

All come from China, even though the box says ‘product of Canada’,

It is from China and ‘processed’ in Canada, that is, the coating is added

And packaged in Canada only!

The fish are raised in pens using chemicals that are banned in Canada as

cancer causing but legal in China.

This was exposed on CBC TV’s Marketplace.

Well, are you enjoying seeing Chinese food popping up in your supermarket left and right?  

Have you noticed you cannot buy a single package of fish that is not made in China (or Vietnam)?
Do you think your food from China is processed in a sanitary manner, and thus safe to
Look at this!


These undercover enclosed pictures speak a thousand words.

Avoid buying all processed food packaged in China Anything goes!

We just do not know what else is in those packages. 

Unlike in the U.S.

Moreover, CANADA, and China does not have laws regulating food processing.

not buy any processed food from China and Hong Kong too.

MANY companies are using a Hong Kong address to avoid this type of detection.

Send to as many people as possible.  

Do NOT buy food originating in China (or Vietnam or Thailand)!  

Take the time to read the labels and look for country of origin! 

Cheap means you will pay with your health… in some cases there may not be a cure.
Do Pass This Along To All Friends And Relations…


Today, I received the following email from my uncle.  This email has been making the rounds on social media for a while.  I deleted all the gross pictures that came with this email and though I totally agree with the message that is being sent, unfortunately the information above is misleading and unreliable, on two counts:

  1. There’s more than one kind of bar code in use around the world. UPC bar codes, the type most commonly used in the United States, do not typically contain a country identifier. A different type of bar code known as EAN-13 does contain a country identifier, but it’s more commonly used in Europe and other countries outside the U.S.
  2. Even in the case of EAN-13 bar codes, the digits associated with country of origin don’t necessarily specify where the product was manufactured, but rather where the bar code itself was registered. So, for example, a product manufactured in China and sold in France could have an EAN-13 bar code identifying it as a “French” product.

Looking for a “Made in XYZ” label is generally more helpful, but, particularly with regard to foods and beverages, there’s no sure-fire way to determine in every case where a product or its components originated. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration mandates country-of-origin labeling on many food products, but there are exceptions, most notably the entire category of “processed foods.” Consumer groups are currently advocating the closure of these loopholes.

The only way that US consumers will ever know what is contained in the food that they are buying is to demand country-of-origin labeling on all food products, but don’t hold your breath.  Our “do nothing” members of Congress will never pass any law like this because China and other countries would oppose this kind of “truth in advertising.”  This would alter the language agreed upon by the US in their signed trade agreements with many foreign countries.  Also, do you honestly think that members of Congress would turn their backs on all the bribe money they’re receiving from China to sell this country down the river?