Know that foaming chemical tuff that Subway just said it would eliminate from its bread, the ingredient also found in yoga mats and shoe rubber?
Yah, you can find it in other products, too.
The complete list is here.
Here’s the listing that caught my eye however, the one for Country Hearth bread, which can be found locally. Azodicarbonamide (also known as ADA) is included in:
Dakota Style 12 Grain Bread
Hearty Homestyle 100% Whole Wheat Bread
Hearty Homestyle Honey Grain ‘n Oat Bread
Split Top Wheat Bread
Split Top White Bread
It’s the Dakota Style 12 grain bread that I hear most often in radio commercials. The announcer used to be able to put a special trill in his voice when he talked about the “raisin juice” that was used in making the bread, but that’s long gone. Now he jut says the word with no fancy stuff at all.