Study Finds Human DNA in Hot Dogs & 10% of Veggie Dogs Made with Meat, But Lab Censors Brand Names


A private food testing lab called Clear Food is ramping up with a project it says will publicly post scores for foods based on whether the food composition matches the label. Sadly, this lab wants to be a “friend” of the food industry and won’t be testing for GMOs, pesticides or anything not listed on the label. They’re not even releasing the brand names of the hot dogs contaminated with human DNA!

In its first big announcement, the lab tested hundreds of hot dogs and veggie dogs and found some very disturbing things.

For starters, it found human DNA in hot dogs. “Two percent of all samples were found to have traces of human DNA in them. Veggie dogs were the worst off, accounting for 67 percent of the hygiene issues and two-thirds of the human DNA found,” reports Yahoo News.

See the full report here.

The fact that human DNA is being found in hot dogs might mean Bob fell into the meat grinder again. More likely, however, it just means that people working on these food lines aren’t wearing beard nets or gloves. It’s interesting that most of the problems were found in veggie dogs, which are positioned as being healthier than meat-based hot dogs. Apparently, veggie dogs aren’t 100% vegetarian because they also contain some human parts.

According to the Clear Food report, 10% of vegetarian hot dogs contained meat. Sadly, Clear Food refuses to name which brands were contaminated!

The problem with Clear Food

As the lab director of the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, I’m always excited when I see more private labs cropping up and getting into the business of testing food. But Clear Labs seems to have already surrendered to the food industry and won’t be testing for GMOs.

Clear Food “does not want to alienate industry,” reports Food Quality News.

“…we don’t want to alienate industry,” said Mahni Ghorashi, co-founder of Clear Labs. “We are not a consumer watchdog organization.” So they’re not even naming which brands were contaminated. Wow… they censor their own science to protect the worst offenders! How can they call themselves “Clear” when they won’t even tell consumers which brands were contaminated?

That’s too bad, because it means this company is going to be giving high scores to all sorts of toxic, genetically modified foods made with hydrogenated oils, cancer-causing sodium nitrite and HFCS. Sadly, this means a high “Clear Food” score will mislead consumers into thinking a food item is healthy, nutritious or even non-GMO when it’s actually made from toxic ingredients that cause cancer, obesity and diabetes.

It is absolutely important and necessary for Clear Food to call every single brand name and company within the food industry that sells these hot dogs and vegetarian hot dogs out immediately!! This is absolutely disgusting, sick, and cannibalism, and people need to know exactly what they are eating. Because I am sure that most do not want to be eating humans, or feel that this is normal when it certainly is NOT! Clear Food please be a part of the solution and not the problem and give us the names, brands, and companies that are doing this.

Read on at The Daily Sheeple and Natural News for more.

Sources: The Daily Sheeple, Natural News

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2 thoughts on “Study Finds Human DNA in Hot Dogs & 10% of Veggie Dogs Made with Meat, But Lab Censors Brand Names

  1. Clear Food is a for-profit company, so their report was released with a conflict of interest: their own bottom line versus good science. They could be purposefully targeting hot dogs because they have a client who wants to sell “clean” hot dogs.

    More importantly, this study was not peer reviewed, meaning there could be all sorts of problems with their methodology. Did they even release their experimental procedures? No. So nobody can tell if they did the study correctly. I, personally, don’t believe anything they wrote, period, and nor should anyone with critical thinking skills.

    To sum up, I really don’t understand why you’re fear-mongering by calling hot dogs that pick up trace amounts of DNA from workers’ hair or skin “cannibalistic”. First of all, that’s a gross hyperbole, and second of all, the study is not convincing.


    1. While Clear Food did only state that 2% of hot dogs and 2/3 of veggie dogs contain human DNA, and 10% of veggie hot dogs contain actual meat, and didn’t want to give out the names of these brands, this lets you, me and everyone else know that there’s something going on with the food that we eat, and we need to get to the bottom of this. And I’m not trying to fear-monger anyone, I’m trying to get people to call the food industry out and expose the truth to what is in the food that we eat. And it is cannibalistic if you’re eating trace amounts of DNA from workers’ hair, skin, and other things, anyone with critical thinking skills would know that. First of all, while the study may not be convincing enough or peer reviewed, I think that you shouldn’t completely dismiss it, and second of all, the least thing that you can do is actually question whether the stuff that we eat actually contain gross things or not. Third of all, you don’t know what these food companies do, so please don’t think that they’re peachy and normal and wouldn’t stoop so low to do things like this to make money off of you and me. Nevertheless, stay safe, and God bless.


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