New report highlights garlic differences

A report from Americans for Wholesome Foods finds that dehydrated garlic, which is often used in prepared foods, may contain high levels of lead, arsenic and sulfites, depending on its country of origin. Several countries, including China, use these compounds in the drying process.

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