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Pizza Hut's cheese does not conform to FDA standards
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Pizza Hut's cheese does not conform to FDA standards

Pizza Hut uses silicone-based (adulterated) "Pizza cheese"

January 2006 Issue No. 318

Feature Story: Silicone Based Chemical in Pizza Hut's Cheese (p. 1):

The Milkweed [magazine] detailed how Pizza Hut restaurants illegally claim
to use pure "Mozzarella cheese" on certain menu items, when in fact, Pizza

Hut's "Pizza Cheese" does not conform to FDA standards for the
identification of Mozzarella cheese.

Read January's feature story at the url below detailing how Pizza Hut's
cheese supplier "Leprino Foods" uses a silicone-based industrial chemical
in the patented manufacturing of the product.

Wikipedia defination of Silicone:

Silicones are odorless, colorless, water resistant, chemical resistant,
oxidation resistant, stable at high temperature, and do not conduct
electricity. They have many uses, such as lubricants, adhesives, sealants,
gaskets, breast implants, dishware, Silly Putty, and many other products.
Due to their thermal stability and relatively high melting and boiling
points, silicones are often used where organic polymers are not applicable.

Silicone is often mistakenly referred to as "silicon". Although
silicones contain silicon atoms, they are not made up exclusively of
silicon, and have completely different physical characteristics from
elemental silicon.


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