Watch What You Eat: 12 Percent of Imported Spices are Contaminated

On top of the rumor that we consume approximately 10 spiders a year while we sleep, now there’s more bad news.

“Nearly 12 percent of spices imported into the U.S. each year are contaminated with insects, animal feces, rodent hair, or other contaminants, including feathers and rubber bands, according to a Food and Drug Administration report released Wednesday,” writes Bradford Pearson.

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