What I was referring to was that some beverage producers are switching from HFCS to apple juice concentrate because people are don't want to eat HFCS. But for all we know the apple juice concentrate may be far more harmful if it comes from China with all their pollution. Presently there is no way to know what the country of origin of the apple juice concentrate was from, and in most cases it is mixed, USA, South America, Canada, and China. It least that is what I found out when I called juice companies to try and find out where they get their juice from. Some manufactures do put where the juice comes from, but it is at their choice.
Mushrooms too frequently come from China.
Here is the source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/01/26/AR2009012601831.html HFCS manufacutrers may use soduim hydroxide produced using the Castner-Kellner process which contains mercury. There is no way to know how the HFCS in food was produced. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castner-Kellner_process
If you want local apple juice it pretty much only comes in the form of apple cider. Which is fine cause everyone in my family prefers it anyway.
Almost all the apple juice sold in the United States has some concentrate from China. And SO many people give apple juice to their children. Also apple juice concentrate is used to sweeten other beverages "naturally" like cranberry and lemonade and fruit punch. Fortunately Ocean Spray recently switched to using cane and beat sugar to sweeten their cranberry juice. They previously used high fructose corn syrup which can contain mercury depending on how it is manufactured.
Ahh, but the government isn't telling me what to do! And maybe my home is solar and wind powered!? You don't know!
I am all set, I won't need any of those bulbs: http://www.tighelory.com/2008/08/screw-environment-or-not.html