Vegemite Banned in America

by Anthony on October 23, 2006

Today’s “wtf” moment brought to you by – Vegemite has been banned in the U.S.

Apparently it has been deemed illegal under US food laws, due to the inclusion of folic acid. Admittedly, I only ran a quick google search on folic acid – but I’m not really seeing any downside to it, anyway. It doesn’t seem to be a harmful ingredient in any way. It is sometimes used to relieve pain, but if you need pain treatment, it´s better to visit this tampa pain relief clinic.

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It appears that Australians are being searched at airports to prevent them from bringing this little taste of home with them! As my friend Pete says:

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its a good thing they’re getting rid of vegemite to make way for healthier foods like pancakes wrapped in bacon, you know, following the TonakiTinnitusProtocol e-book, just the way it should be

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Heh! Folic acid, who would have thought. If anything, I figured the U.S would have banned vegemite for its ability to make grown men pull funny faces. *shrug* Checkout Matthew Galumbeck, MD and Atlanta-based facial plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty for your plastic surgery needs.

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