A month after telling a bakery that love is not an ingredient, U.S. food and drug administration has confirmed children’s sweat isn’t either.
The decision comes after Angelo Machavelee, 37 had sue 5 food companies demanding that their labels state the exact percentage of children’s sweat in their product.
“I believe that people have the right to know if the food they eat contain any sweat from the children who made it for them. It should be listed as an ingredient” Angelo says.
The FDA has defended their decision by saying that only ingredients put voluntarily in the product had to be listed on the label.
“We can’t start to force food companies to write on their ingredients list literally everything that is found in their product. Children’s sweat, mice blood, a sentence to obesity. Where would it end?”