Arsenic-based additive found in chicken feed may pose health threats to humans Pets may not be the only organisms endangered by some food additives. An arsenic-based additive used in poultry feed may pose health threats to humans who eat meat from hens that are elevated on the feed, in the April 9 problem of Chemical & Engineering News according to an article, the weekly information magazine of the American Chemical substance Society http://silagracipla.net/contact . Roxarsone, the most typical arsenic-based additive used in chicken feed, can be used to promote growth, destroy parasites and improve pigmentation of poultry meat.
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