The Southeastern Mediterranean citizens of the bloc are at unrest, as the culinary version of a hamburger ‘may be about to get skewered’ by Brussels, according to media reports.
This happened as the European Parliament’s Health Committee raised concerns about the impacts of phosphates that are used as food additives.
The Health Committee of the EU’s legislative body objected on Tuesday to a proposal by the EU executive to allow the use of phosphoric acid, di and triphosphates and polyphosphate...


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