What do chicken sandwiches and arsenic have in common? Arsenic in the form of Roxarsone is in chicken feed to help prevent infections and speed up growth. Below we share a list of drugs that were found in a study on chicken feed.
The Food and Drug Administration says that the amount is too tiny to be dangerous to people who eat it. In a recent study it was found the additive, Roxarsone, may make its way into parts of the bird that are eaten. Previous studies have indicated that the arsenic was eliminated with chicken waste.
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